Huge Blow To Politician With Fake Academic Papers As They Will Be Barred By IEBC From Contesting.
There are several politician's in the country who will be dealt a huge blow as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) will be kickstarting the process of veryfying the academic qualifications of those seeking to contest for various seats come 2022.
The IEBC have already partnered with the Kenya National Qualification Authority to bar those Candidate's who will present unverified and fake academic papers and the Chairman of Kenya National Qualification Authority Dr. Mwiria had already stated that they do have enough personnel to do the process.
It has come to attention that several politician's do have inverified and even fake papers and in the new rules, Parliament will be required to publicise the biodata of all the legislature's in the country so that their qualifications are known by the public.
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