Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi is one controversial politician in Kenya. He is a very close ally and staunch supporter of Deputy President William Ruto. However that comes with its fair share of challenges. Sudi has been on the wrong side of the law on many occasions.
Recently he was to appear before a court of law on judges related to his academic background. There were claims that the said legislator never completed school or rather underwent university education. The case is still before the court.
However, a new twist has emerged relating to that matter. The former Principal of Highway Secondary School has come out to deny claims that Sudi went through the school for secondary education. Sudi claimed that he studied in Highway secondary school. With the new claims, they are yet to be justified.
The former school head noted that the claims of Sudi completing high school in 2006 in the same school were untrue. We wait to see how this turns out to be for the outspoken member of parliament.
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