Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria, has doubted the academic qualifications of the current Member of Parliaments in Kenya.
In a message shared vie his twitter handle account where he uses the name NoReferendumBeforeElections, Kuria claimed that 40% of the current 12th parliament members might be lacking genuine academic qualifications.
He claims that the only document which they might be holding genuinely is the driving license. The other documents could be all fake which might have been occupied through illegal means.
"For about 40% of the MPs in the 12th parliament, the only genuine document they hold is a driving license." Reads the post.
This is not the first time for the academic qualifications of some of the Kenyan parliamentarians is doubted. Kuria's claims might be true because whenever the question about academic qualifications of members of parliament is raised, some of them claims that they are politically targeted.
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