It’s a chilly Thursday morning with many Kenyan graduates still wondering why degree papers are giving politicians a headache ahead of August polls.
Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant on UDA ticket Johnson Sakaja is still battling his bid which hangs in the balance. Wednesday was filled with drama after the Commission for University Education revoked Sakaja’s Ugandan degree.
“Consequently, following the CUE recognition procedures, we hereby revoke the recognition of your degree from the aforementioned university,” CUE chairman Chacha Nyaigoti Chacha said.
Sakaja bemoaned the move in which he said was a witchhunt from his opponents mentioning President Uhuru Kenyatta as the mastermind of his woes.
“Even before I was chairman of TNA, I did everything in my ability for his career but now he is doing everything in his ability to finish mine,” Sakaja pointed out.
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Jubilee Plotted the Downfall of Sakaja as Details Leaks of How his Degree Saga was Fully Planned
Nairobi County, being the capital city of Kenya has seen various presidential candidates fight tooth to nail to make sure that they get firm control of the city by ensuring their candidates are elected.
Johnson Sakaja Arthur, a man who was nominated in 2013 by TNA into the national assembly and later elected as Nairobi senator in 2017 through Jubilee party ticket hell broke lose for him when he chose to use DP Ruto’s UDA party to vie for Nairobi Governor’s seat.
DP Ruto Forced to Stop Using State Choppers and Govt Vehicles as Alleged Details Emerge
It has emerged that the DP William Ruto has been subjected to huge budget cuts at the Office of the Deputy President.
Details claim that the budget cuts followed after the acrimonious fallout between DP Ruto and his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Jowie: Court Visits Slain Businesswoman Monica Kimani, Jacque Maribe’s Homes in Ongoing Case
The trial court hearing Joseph Irungu alias Jowie and Jacque Maribe’s murder case visited Lamuria Gardens on Wednesday, June 15, where businesswoman Monica Kimani was allegedly killed.
Footage by Citizen TV indicated Lady Justice Grace Nzioka arrived at the crime scene in a black Mercedes Benz with government license plates.