Reports indicated that the IEBC chair insisted that CUE can't revoke someone's papers without following due process. He said that it's only the court that can revoke someone's degree.
He confirms that Johnson Sakaja is still on the ballot and he will be running for the gubernatorial race as it was. This comes a day after the commission notified the IEBC and Sakaja that his degree was provoked because the institution acquired his degree in Uganda was unqualified.
Ruto's camp is in celebration since they are anticipating him winning the Nairobi gubernatorial seat. Best of luck to him.
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