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Mithika Linturi: Fake papers hit Mithika Linturi and has been de-registered by UoN Senate as an alumnus.

The University of Nairobi has deregistered him as a law student for presenting fake papers to get admission. PHOTO | FILE | NMG
The University of Nairobi has deregistered him as a law student for presenting fake papers to get admission. PHOTO | FILE | NMG
Fake papers hit Meru senator Mithika Linturi.  The Senator has been de-registered by the University of Nairobi Senate over allegations of using fake papers to enroll law at the University.

The University of Nairobi has deregistered Meru Senator Mithika Linturi as a law student for presenting fake papers to get admission.

Fake papers hit Meru senator Mithika Linturi and has been de-registered by UoN senate as a law alumni.

The university’s Senate sat and resolved to de-register him following investigations that revealed that the degree from a university in India that he used to secure admission at the University of Nairobi in 2014 was forged.

“Universities admit students on the basis of their qualifications and if it is discovered that you forged your document, then the institution is at liberty to stop you from continuing with your studies,” said a senior officer at the university.

“There will be no irreparable damage to be suffered by the petitioner if he is to appear before the commission,” said Justice Said Juma Chitembwe.


“We’re all governed by the constitution. Granting orders being sought by the petitioner is tantamount to barring EACC from carrying its duty.”





The University has resolved to dissolve the whole years of admission and learning at the University. The UoN senate has taken action over the rise of fake papers and caution the public that they will investigate all the admissions and only qualified people will be admitted.


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