Why this Kakamega voter wants Malala barred from governor race

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A voter in Kakamega has moved to court seeking to bar the clearance of Kakamega gubernatorial aspirant Cleophas Malala.

Fred Muka now claims that Malala does not have a degree certificate.

According to Muka, Malala’s USIU degree is not genuine.

According to the law gubernatorial candidates must be holders of a degree from a recognized University

He further argued that the Senator’s KCSE certificate from Kamusinga High School is also not authentic.

Through his lawyer, Dancun Okatch, Muka now says Malala does not qualify to vie for the county’s top position.

The Certificate

Malala who is vying on a ANC party ticket has been on the trend over allegations of forging his academic certificates.

According to the law gubernatorial candidates must be holders of a degree from a recognized University.

Malala’s USIU degree certificate has recorded contradictions.

According to the certificate the legislator graduated in 2019 yet he claims to have graduated sometime between 2010 and 2011.

Austine Ogalo
Austine Ogalohttp://www.lakeregionbulletin.co.ke
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