Woman Who Faked KCSE Results & Degree to Land Lucrative Govt Job Breaks Into Tears
By WikiLeaksKE | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 10793 views
A woman is facing more than 10 counts of forgery after she faked her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), bachelor's degree to land herself a lucrative government job.
Irene Chesang broke into tears when the 13 counts of forgery she is facing were mentioned in court this Friday.
Irene who worked with Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Corporation (REREC) has been charged with forging her bachelor’s degree and KCSE certificate.
According toK24 Digital, Irine is said to have forged her International Business Administration bachelors degree from the United States International University Africa (USIU).
She is also said to have forged her KCSE certificate and awarded herself a B- after allegedly sitting her KCSE exams in 1996 while schooling at Solian Girls’ High School in Eldama Ravine Constituency, Baringo County.
She presented the alleged fake documents while seeking her current job on November 10, 2012, and used the same to seek promotion on 31, 2018.
She broke into tears when she appeared before Milimani Anti-Corruption Court Chief Magistrate Douglas Ogoti thus not able to take the plea.
Her lawyer has been asked to prepare her well so that she takes plea when the case will be mentioned again on February 9.
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