Oscar Sudi, a Kapseret Member of Parliament, has responded to claims that certain politicians are being examined for the integrity of their academic studies. On Saturday, the congressman filed a complaint with authorities about being "harassed" about his academic credentials, despite the fact that he is far from the only famous individual with questionable diplomas.
Sudi joked that the academic paper issue had proved that many leaders are similar to him. During the same meeting, Sudi defended himself once more, saying, "I'm learned." He spoke to a crowd of over 500 Abaluhya community members in his Kapseret constituency home.
The MP has been entangled in a legal battle regarding his KCSE results. Sudi allegedly attended Highway Secondary School and passed the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams. Sudi's previous principal, Patrick Maritim, stated in court that Sudi had never attended Highway.
In May, Maritim confirmed a Kenya National Examinations Council employee's claim that Sudi did not register for or take the 2006 exam. Sudi's name did not appear in the school's official records when he was principal, which he reported to magistrate Felix Kombo. Sudi's name did not appear in the register, according to Maritim, and index 81, which Sudi reportedly invented, belonged to Nicholas Otieno.
"Generally, the KCSE certificate is obtained by Knec." The student will then come over and sign to indicate that it has been gathered. And the records show that Sudi did not take the KCSE at Highway Secondary School," the witness continued. Sudi has been charged in this instance with fabricating a diploma certificate in Business Management from the Kenya Institute of Management.
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