Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) have just introduced a new policy whereby all politician must have a degree certificate to contest for 2022 election. This comes as a bad news to majority of politicians as they lack the certificate. However, East Embakasi Member of Parliament (MP) Babu Owino have offered a solution to these politicians as he revealed that he has a total of four degree certificates which he is ready to sell at a very affordable price.
Through the member of parliament's social media platforms, he stated that introduction of degree certificate as a condition to contest for all positions in 2022 will be a challenge to many. He therefore asked any politician who wants to vie for any seat to buy a degree certificate from him as he has four.
The vocal politician claimed there is one certificate that will be the most expensive: First class honours in Actuarial Science. 'It will cost you a leg and an arm plus your liver' Babu claimed. Babu urged his fellow politicians to hurry while stock last. Here is full post.
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