Leaders are doing everything to ensure that they are elected in the August polls and they have been campaigning in various parts of the country to sell their agenda. However, jitters have hit the tangatanga after a voter filed a case to stop senator Sakaja from Nairobi gubernatorial race. Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja is still in the middle of the trouble despite the Commission for University Education (CUE) withdrawing its letter revoking recognition of his degree certificate.
A voter yesterday stormed Milimani Court and file a petition seeking to bar the electoral commission from printing ballot papers for Ruto's close ally until he gets clear evidence against his fake paper
According to Sakaja, he allege that he graduated from University of Nairobi and later he joined Teams University where he acquired his degree. This is a big blow for DP Ruto ahead of August polls if Sakaja will be blocked ahead of August polls.
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