Due to academic requirements and impeachment, some candidates are finding it difficult to run for various positions with only 34 days left to election, Kenyans to elect their preferred MCA, MP, women's representative, senator, governor, and presidential candidate.
Sonko was happy by the court decision since it will effect the other seven contenders in the Mombasa gubernatorial race as they wait him to be part of the contenders after the court ruling.
Johnson Sakaja, Nairobi senator, in a state of confusion while he awaits the court's decision on his academic credentials on Friday.
Following the court's decision on his degree saga, UDA's candidate for governor of Nairobi will be certain to remain in the running.
Sakaja has steadfastly insisted on having a degree from Team University and went ahead to provide the transcripts as proof. He also claims his degree Saga is for political purposes.
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