The Commission for University Education (CUE) has denied the Nairobi Governor applicant Johnson Sakaja's certificate, by and by.
In a letter to Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), CUE Secretary Mwenda Ntarangwi said that the choice has proactively been conveyed to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) up-and-comer and that he has the privilege to claim compliant with Universities Regulations 2014.
"The Commission thusly advises you (IEBC) that the declaration acknowledgment of the capability of the implied Bachelor of Science in Management (External) degree from Team University gave to one Sakaja, which was introduced to your great office in consistence to the arrangements of Section 22(2) of the Elections Act and Regulation 47 of the Election (General) Regulations, 2012 is denied," Ntarangwi said, in the letter dated June 29.
Making sense of the sequence of occasions, Ntarangwi said CUE accepted Sakaja's solicitation for acknowledgment of capability of his certificate and in a letter dated June 6, it was recognized.
Before long, Ntarangwi said the Commission got composed data from people in general, some of which was replicated to IEBC.
As indicated by the CEO, the idea of data raised by the public inferred that Sakaja was never owned up to Team University or studied there and that he had not procured a scholarly degree as expected by the Elections Act.
Subsequently, the realness of the degree declaration introduced to the Commission for acknowledgment was problematic, which likewise prompted examinations.
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