Veronica Maina who is the secretary general for UDA has been finally reacted to the issue of Sakaja's fake degree saga.Speaking at Citizen TV today in the morning, Veronica Maina said that the party dispute committee will not sit down to handle any issue about that.
Maina insisted that Sakaja's papers were very legit and he presented them before he was cleared by the party to vie for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat.Maina then urged supporters to stay cool and wait for IEBC and investigative agencies to do their work.
The IEBC and dispute committee will continue with the hearing of the matter today to determine if his degree is fake or not.Veronica insisted that it was not good for the party dispute to sit down and discuss the matter when the IEBC and dispute committee is doing so.
Maina also added that they have no mistake as a party because if concerns were raised earlier they couldn't have cleared him instead they could have forwarded the issue to CUE to check if the certificates are genuine or not.
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