Johnson Sakaja, one of Deputy President William Ruto’s closest associates, is accused of having dodgy academic papers that he may have used to get clearance from the IEBC.
Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party presidential flag bearer, Raila Odinga’s 2022 campaign spokesperson, Makau Mutua, shared his thoughts on the situation surrounding Sakaja’s degree papers, sensationally claiming that leaders with problematic papers are solely affiliated with DP Ruto.
“How come almost all of the candidates at UDA have fraudulent academic papers or no university degree at all?” If you know why William Ruto has gathered and attracted so many conmen and frauds, please educate me.” On Sunday, Makau Mutua remarked. In the run-up to the 2022 August elections, a list of William Ruto’s associates has been accused of possessing bogus academic papers.
The Nairobi County gubernatorial candidate on a UDA ticket is currently battling allegations of illegally acquiring a degree certificate from a Ugandan Institution, Team University.
Sakaja’s name is not in the booklet of the 2016 graduands, the year he claims to have graduated.
The Kakamega gubernatorial candidate on the Amani National Congress party is battling a court case over allegations that he fraudulently acquired a degree certificate from United States International University (USIU).
The Kapseret MP was cleared by IEBC to defend his seat in the August General Election amid claims he has fake academic papers.
The former head of examinations at the Kenya Institute of Management, John Mateshe, recently told an anti-corruption court that the diploma certificate held by Sudi was forged.
The outspoken Kilifi gubernatorial candidate was recently accused of fraudulently acquiring a degree even having dropped out of school in form two.
The outspoken Kimilili lawmaker was accused of using a forged degree certificate to seek clearance from the IEBC in 2017.
The EACC investigated and found him culpable of the offense and recommended him for prosecution.
In 2013, the woman of God was barred from contesting the Nairobi gubernatorial seat because she didn’t have a degree.
But Wanjiru who is contesting for the Nairobi senatorial seat on a UDA ticket has since graduated with a BA degree in leadership and management from St Paul’s University in 2014.