The degree of Johnson Sakaja, a candidate for governor of Nairobi, has once more been cancelled by the Commission for University Education (CUE).
CUE Secretary Mwenda Ntarangwi wrote to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) stating that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate had already been informed of the decision and had the right to appeal by the Universities Regulations of 2014.
Ntarangwi wrote in the letter dated March 31 that "The Commission hereby notifies you (IEBC) that the certificate recognition of the qualification of the purported Bachelor of Science in Management (External) degree from Team University issued to one Sakaja, which was presented to your good office in compliance with the provisions of Section 22(2) of the Elections Act and Regulation 47 of the Election (General) Regulations, 2012 is revoked.
The Kenya kwanza candidate has faced controversies when it comes to his academic credentials and has been a headache since the first day he announced that he was running for Nairobi top seat.
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