Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja is still in hot water despite the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s contentious approval of his bid for the governorship of Nairobi in the August elections.
Following the churches’ agreement with Raila Odinga’s Azimio that Sakaja’s degree from Team University in Uganda is definitely a fake and that they want it cancelled, this is what has happened.
The Nairobi-based All Africa Conference of Churches sent a letter to the senator requesting proof that he attended Team University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Management there.
The organization requests the Senator’s admittance letter, information about how his tuition was paid, and the type of instruction he received during his four years of study.
Additionally, Teams University is requested by AACC to deliver a certified copy of the list of graduates who received degrees on October 21, 2016.
In Kenya, Sakaja was a candidate for the position of Member of Parliament from 2013 to 2017. Due to Team University’s lack of a campus in Kenya and the lack of documentation of Sakaja’s absence from the Kenyan parliament in the records that are now available, it is not realistically plausible that he actually took lessons there, according to their letter.
AACC further debunked Sakaja’s claims of studying online in a letter dated June 14 by pointing out that the school had not yet started offering online courses.
Regarding online courses, your university lacked the necessary authorization to provide them and, in fact, did not provide any of them between Mr. Sakaja’s alleged attendance years of 2012 and 2016 as well.
Additionally, the company is curious as to why Sakaja’s degree is classified as a Bachelor of Science in Management (External) rather than a Bachelor of Science in Management.
They also demanded an explanation for Sakaja’s absence from the graduation list and its amendment.