Kenya National Examination Council has denied the authenticity of document that was submitted by George Ndungu a candidate in the Juja by-elections.
DCI wrote to the IEBC to ascertain the documents produced future prompting a follow-up that revealed shocking discovery.Moses Kuria potential candidate is now facing charges in court for forgery but failed to appear in court today as required a warrant of arrest has been issued for him.
People's Empowerment Party had fielded candidates in both Juja and Kiamba by-elections respectively after the seats were left vacant following the demise of Juja and Kiamba Mp as a result of Covid-19.
It has now been revealed by KNEC that there is no certificate issued under George Ndungu as his documents indicated also JKUAT has distanced Its self.
Could it also be because Koimbiri ditched the ruling party Jubilee to vie under (PPE) party of Moses Kuria?
DCI is probing the matter as investigations have been launched meanwhile, the suspect is still at large.
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