Kenyans are looking forward to a ballot day on the 9th day of August 2022. It is exactly 38 days to the next polls. Political temperatures are rising daily and political leaders are busy traversing the country in their different bids.
Gubernatorial aspirant Johnson Sakaja has been in the air on reasons around his clearance, CUE, and IEBC. With the latest news court protecting Johnson Sakaja from being struck from the ballot list by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
However, Miguna Miguna a Kenyan advocate based in Canada has taken to his Twitter account what he believes is making him 'angry' with lies around the degree certificate of Johnson Sakaja. He further stated that he is tired of the lies of Johnson Sakaja alleging he has a genuine certificate from Teams University.
While appearing on Spice FM, Johnson confirmed that he never completed his degree in Actuarial science from the University of Nairobi citing a lack of fee. Kenyans have reacted to his remarks.
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