Johnson Sakaja who is contesting for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat has been up and down after his degree was questioned. Sakaja has had a rough time in the last few days over the attainment of his degree from Team University in Uganda. His papers have been scrutinized since a great number of people were not sure whether he graduated or not.
Sakaja blamed president Uhuru Kenyatta for fighting him so that he won't run for the race. However, after the scrutinization of his academic papers, the gubernatorial aspirant has been cleared by the IEBC Tribunal.
Speaking live on National TV today, Sakaja said that he was going to launch his manifesto soon before the the launching of the presidential manifesto. He also said that he was going to discuss real ideas and what's important for the Nairobians, their needs, hopes and dreams.
Sakaja went on and said that people should not rely on deep state and any machinery, that it was the people of Nairobi who were going to make the decision of who would lead them. "Our faith remains unshakable, our match is unstoppable and victory is inevitable" said Sakaja.
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