Mimi sikosi evidence, says Sonko as he unleashes graduation photos

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Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has shared his graduation photos to prove he went to the university and graduated.

Sonko took to twitter to brag about how he never lacks evidence of anything he is involved in.

The former county boss said he graduated on July 18, 2015, with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the Methodist University (KEMU) Nairobi Campus.

TBT…Mnajua mimi sikosi evidence ya kitu yoyote…Very soon I will invite you for my PHD graduation

Sonko

He further noted that he will invite his fans and friends to his PhD graduation ceremony.

“TBT…Mnajua mimi sikosi evidence ya kitu yoyote…Very soon I will invite you for my PHD graduation,” wrote Sonko on Twitter.

Sonko greets DP Ruto during his graduation (photo: Sonko Twitter)

Degree controversies

Sonko’s post comes just in time when various politicians are facing controversies regarding their degree qualifications.

Among the aspirants who has been trending online for lack of evidence of graduation is Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Johnson Sakaja.

Sakaja presented a degree certificate from Team University in Uganda after University of Nairobi released a statement that he never graduated from the institution.

His case will be ruled on Sunday 19th June.

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