Few days ago, Kakamega county gubernatorial aspirant honourable Cleophas Malala was trending after making offensive sentiments about Kenya police. Thereafter, there was a secondary school certificate trending which was claimed to be his own.
However, this evening, Malala has come out and showed off his Kenya certificate of secondary education certificate. He did that after the Commission for University Education (CUE) has duly certified and recognized his academic credentials and henceforth advised the IEBC to clear me to contest in the August 2022 gubernatorial election,Kakamega county.
He also told those who cherish in propaganda to feel ashamed. Kenyans on social media were quick to notice his good grades and congratulated him for performing well back then. That it shows that he was a bright studentin school and the other certificate was just propaganda especially by his political opponents to make him feel low. Malala is set to compete with Fernandez Barasa for the seat.
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