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The Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Johnson Sakaja is in dilemma after the Commission for University Education (CUE) has revoked his degree, once again. This comes a few days after sending his documents for recognition of qualification of his degree and in a letter dated June 6, it was acknowledged. However, things have turned upside down making some of his die-hards have many worries about the fate of Sakaja.
According to the IEBC documents submitted to them, a degree certificate from Team University bore the name Bachelor of Science in Management (External). However, the institution was not at the said period accredited to offer such a degree by National Council for Higher Education in Uganda. This has therefore failed enough evidence to prove that Sakaja earned a degree from the institution.
Moreover, the CEO of the commission of education has told the IEBC that, Johnson's official declaration in 2017 while vying for the position of Senator, indicated that the only higher education he held was a degree from the University of Nairobi. This has contradicted his current claims of also studying at teams university in Uganda thus has rendered his degree ineligible for recognition. The following cartoons illustrate Sakaja's struggle with his educational qualifications in his political journey.
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