Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Johnson Sakaja has been alleged with degree saga for quite sometime but he finally managed to win the case. The super senator was allaged of faking degree from Uganda where he claimed to have studied.
The city senator has now come clear on his education and future plans during morning interview. According to him, he will get back to school and learn more while still serving in Nairobi county in next five years. He doesn't agree with claims of lacking degree since the court verified him.
The UDA principal has clearly stated his ambitions before getting to second term in office of governor. He promised to have even PhD by the time he gets to be elected for another time is that public office. That is frankly next 5 years according to the period of service given by constitution of Kenya.
Sakaja is facing tough competition from Igathe who is former deputy governor under the leadership of Mike Sonko. He claimed he can become lecturer
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