Johnson Sakaja who is seeking Nairobi county Gubernatorial seat with the UDA party ticket is still maintaining that he has a genuine degree qualifications which he was awarded by Team University from Uganda. He is currently fighting to appear in the ballot after the Commission for University education withdrew the recognition of his degree as they also want him to be blocked from vying the seat.
Luckily, Team University is fully supporting Sakaja and they have maintained that he fully graduated and his papers are genuine. This Tuesday morning, they have made a quick move that is aimed at saving Sakaja. The Kampala based university, which is already under investigation by the Ugandan Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has filed two cases at the High Court in Kampala that are set to be heard today afternoon.
As reported by the nation media group, the institution has asked Justice Jamson Karemani of the High Court in Kampala to issue a restraining order stopping the NCHE from investigating the degree it claims to have awarded the senator. The institution is under investigations so as to reveal whether Sakaja fully graduated and they want the commission to stop this investigations.
Team is also maintaining that Sakaja is their alumni who graduated in 2016 with a degree in science management.
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