Fresh details have emerged indicating that Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho allegedly faked his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results.The revelations were brought to light by Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) who were verifying the authenticity of his academic papers at the request of the Director of Criminal Investigations.KNEC’s acting chief executive, Ms Mercy Gathigia Karogo, in a letter to the DCI boss Ndegwa Muhoro, the council revealed that Joho's papers were obtained from a forged document.
Joho faked his KCSE results - KNEC boss announces [PHOTOS]
Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho is in serious trouble after KNEC announced that he faked his KCSE results..
“Following your request for verification and confirmation of examination results Joho Hassan Ali results slip as per the letter referenced CID/SEC/4/4/3 dated 25th January 2017… Joho Hassan Ali did not register nor sat for the year 1992 KCSE examination at Serani Secondary School under index number 160092024. “Therefore, the purported copy of the year 1992 KCSE examination results slip presented to KNEC for verification purposes, is obtained from a forged document," Ms Karogo said in her letter dated January 26, 2017," Ms Karogo stated quoting records in the KNEC database.
The Governor is assumed to have attended Serani Secondary where he allegedly got a C+, used the same results to be enrolled at the University of Nairobi for Bachelor of commerce (Marketing) programme.The same results KNEC has termed fake on grounds that they were forged.Joho could be locked out in the race for Mombasa gubernatorial seat if his degree certificates are invalidated considering he used a forged document to be admitted at the university level.
Here is the letter:
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