The Anti Corruption Court in Nairobi through the magistrate Felix Kombo has ordered that the hearing of the forgery case surrounding Kapsaret Member of Parliament Hon. Oscar Sudi be heard for six days nonstop.
The case was filed in 2016 after it was alleged that Hon. Sudi presented forgery documents to the independent electoral and boundaries commission of Kenya (IEBC) to be cleared to vie for Kapsaret constituency seat.
According to the source, it's allegedly reported that Hon. Sudi presented forged diploma certificate in Business Management that was awarded to him by the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM), Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)and a school leaving certificate from Highway High School that is located in Nairobi.
In conclusion, this is a big blow to Hon. Oscar Sudi who is a close ally of the deputy president Dr William Ruto who has already declared his presidential bid ahead of 2022 general elections.
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