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Miguna Responds to Sakaja's Degree Saga, Slams Him for Lying

Kenyan lawmaker Miguna Miguna has hit out at Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Johnson Sakaja for lying about his academic journey.

Johnson Sakaja was handed another blow after the Commission for University Education revoked his degree for a second time.

Despite being given a go-ahead to proceed to the ballot by the Kenyan High Court, details of Sakaja's academics remain unclear considering his wavering stories about the matter.

"I studied actuarial science for four years. There is a document that they keep spreading of students who are to be discontinued and it shows you the reason was about fees. There are a few units that I did not complete and by the time I was able to go back back to class, I was too embarrassed. I will still go back and complete the three or four units," Sakaja said in a July 1 statement.

In response, Miguna Miguna has condemned Sakaja for his lies saying that his stories are unclear.

"I'm sick and tired of Sakaja's lies. He had publicly stated how he became a millionaire businessman with a Mercedes Benz while at the University of Nairobi and how he grew up in Atwoli's household. He said he had a degree in Actuarial Science. Why is he now wailing about poverty?" Miguna said.

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