Oscar sudi has been a victim of the academic qualifications scandals in the country. His academic papers has been raising more questions than the answers. While Speaking in Uasin Gishu county, Oscar Sudi stated that he was happy to realise that he was not the only one with questionable papers adding that the saga brought to light other political leaders whose academic certificates were suspect.
The MP says that the politicians that were hiding behind with fake academic papers are now facing the reggae. He uses the example of the Kenya kwanza Alliance coalition gubernatorial seat for Nairobi county Senator Johnson Sakaja.
Sakaja academics paper raised alert to many political leaders with fake degrees. Sakaja bid for governorship in the county was forced to stop and his case subjected to the IEBC jurisdiction board for further assessment of the validity of his degree.
Oscar sudi is happy now as he says that other politicians can feel the way he was feeling with those cases.
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