Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's bombshell about fraudulent degrees has spread fear throughout Kenya Kwanza, and now, the ghosts of Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja are circling back to attack him.


DP Rigathi Gachagua photo

President William Ruto urges public officials with false credentials to "surrender and walk away," has their salaries refunded, and authorises the confiscation of their assets.


DP Gachagua claims he received a list of government officials with river road degrees and enormous salaries.


DP Gachagua further said that the President should review the list and, if necessary, fire those responsible.


Additionally, there are charges of corruption and inefficiency against Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja, which have been publicised on social media, and the demand to impeach him is growing. 


Some people have praised his efforts, while others have criticised him, and the issue has caused a spectrum of emotions. Some have voiced their disapproval of President Ruto's leadership style in this discussion. 


Return of Ghosts of fake Sakaja certificates

 The legitimacy of Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja's degree from Uganda's Team University was a point of contention in judicial proceedings leading up to the upcoming elections.


Before the 2022 elections, Dennis Wahome, one of the petitioners, claimed that Sakaja had fabricated his degree from Uganda's Team University. A Bachelor of Science in Management degree from Team University in Uganda was insisted upon by the then Nairobi senator.


The IEBC panel, however, rejected Sakaja's academic credential allegation. The name of Senator Johnson Sakaja was not appear on the ballots because Wahome petitioned the IEBC to remove it.


The Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) did not temporarily bar Sakaja from running in the 2022 Nairobi governor's race on July 1, 2022.


Justice Mrima, on the other hand, ordered the expediting of Wahome's case.

The vast majority of Nairobi residents thought that Johnson Sakaja, then UDA's candidate for governor, did not possess a legitimate degree certificate.


The results of the 2022 TIFA survey shown that 36% of Nairobi voters think he doesn't have a legitimate degree, while 29% claim the opposite. 


35% said they were unsure as to whether then super senator from Nairobi, Sakaja, had a legitimate degree.

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