Nairobi county senator Johnson Sakaja who is vying for Nairobi gubernatorial seat under UDA ticket has find very hard time in the last one month as his degree he got from Team University in Uganda has been on investigation following allegations that he acquired it through forgery.
The Nairobi senator revealed that he didn't finished his degree in Actural Science he was pursuing at University of Nairobi due to lack of fees and that he is considering going back to the university and finalize the units he didn't finish. Kenya Kwani leaders have pointed fingers to the president and Azimio coalition for sensing defeat in Nairobi county and that is why they are fighting to remove Sakaja.
IEBC chairman has dismissed the letter by Council of University Education, CUE to block Sakaja from appearing on the ballot and the Electoral agency will continue with ballot preparations. He also added that the issue was resolved by IEBC disputes tribunal. It is good news to the Sakaja who seeks to rise to Nairobi governor's seat. Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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