Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja who is also the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Gubernatorial Candidate for the the Nairobi City county has now publicly admitted that he did not complete his Degree studies at the University of Nairobi.
While appearing in an interview at the Spice Fm on Frididay, July 1, the Nairobi Senator stated that he did not complete his studies at the Institution due to lack of School fees.
"There is a document being shared that shows it was the issue of fees. There were a few units I did not complete but the ceremony of graduation is not what confers the knowledge to you," Sakaja stated.
Sakaja also said that he will go back to the University and complete a few units that remained to complete his studies.
The Senator has also revealed that he only needed to complete his two or three units in order to finish his studies at the UoN.
The Commission for University Education (CUE) on Thursday rejected Sakaja's Degree for the second time, stating that he did not furnish the commission with all the required documents to justify the validity of his papers.
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