Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja ( Photo Courtesy)
According to the beleaguered senator, he is in possession of requisite documents to contest the Nairobi Governor seat, adding that all his academic were given a clean bill of health by the Commission for University Education before he was cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to run for Nairobi Governor seat.
As per the senator, he believes that the High Court will serve justice to the people of Nairobi and himself by giving a fair judgement on the case which could be his make or break moment ahead of the August 9 general election.
On the alleged Government hand in his troubles, Sakaja wondered why the CUE cleared his documents only to revoke his degree certificate from Team University, Uganda a few days later.
And as if that is not enough, the Prof. Chacha Nyaigoti Chacha-led institution would later lift the revocation of his degree certificate a few days later.
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