Former Kandara MP Alice Wahome was among the cabinet secretary nominees that appeared before the Appointments Committee at the National Assembly for vetting before being appointed as the next cabinet secretary.
While displaying her documents the former MP said that she had misplaced her university degree certificate and could therefore not present it before the committee. She however said that she had with her a letter from the university confirming she is a graduate.
"I could not trace my original degree certificate but I have a letter from the university dated 12th October certifying that degree," Wahome posed.
Wahome was lucky as Speaker Moses Wetangula chipped in to help her out of the tricky situation. Wetangula said that he is a witness that she went to the University of Nairobi. Wetangula said that she was a year behind him and after her graduation she joined him for a course in law.
"I’m also a witness that you went to UoN. You were a year behind me & you duly graduated and practiced law with me," Wetangula said.
Wahome hopes that she will be considered for the post awarded to her by president William Ruto. She had played a big role in the Kenya Kwanza coalition during the elections and she deserved the post. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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