Nairobi Senator and also the most battled aspiring governor Johnson Sakaja has finally come out openly to reveal to the public why he didn't complete his Actuarial Science course at the University of Nairobi.
Sakaja has revealed that he studied his degree course for four years but he didn't complete or graduate because of some pending units. Sakaja has revealed that the reason he didn't complete his course is because of lack of school fees.
Here is the link to the full Information on Facebook.
Here is the screenshot of the full Information on Facebook.
The statements by Sakaja has really caused stir online and here are the screenshots of some of the comments from Kenyans on Facebook.
Sakaja has finally accepted and he is ready to go back to school and study, his degree certificate from Team University in Uganda was revoked and currently he is in a situation whereby he might be dumped ny IEBC for the gubernatorial seat.
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