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Former Highway Secondary School principal reveals original owner of index 81 in Sudi's Forgery Case

Patrick Maritim, the former principal of Highway Secondary School, has revealed that Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi did not take the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) at that institution.

In 2006, according to MP Sudi, he took the KCSE at Highway Secondary School.

Maritim told anti-corruption Magistrate Felix Kombo on May 19, 2022, that during his tenure as principal, Sudi's name did not appear in any of the school's registers.

 

According to Maritim, the testimony of a Kenya National Examination Council representative who testified that the MP did not take or even register for the KCSE in 2006 is correct, as he had previously acknowledged.

The principal noted that Nicholas Otieno is the owner of Sudi's alleged index number 81.

"KCSE certification is generally earned through KNEC." The student will then come to sign off on the collection. And documents do not indicate that Sudi took his KCSE at Highway Secondary School, "he claimed.

Keep in mind that Oscar Sudi has also been accused of fabricating a Diploma Certificate in Business Management given by the Kenya Institute of Management (Kim).

John Mateshe, the former head of examinations at KIM, previously demonstrated that the institution's records indicate that MP Sudi never enrolled as a student there.

Sudi has been absent from court on the grounds that he is ill, and today he claimed to be in Turkey.

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