Joho reveals what he will do after being summoned at DCI headquarters
After being summoned at DCI headquarters, Mombasa Governor Hassan joho has made a major announcement stating...
This is after KNEC acting boss on Sunday announced that Joho had forged his KCSE results and used them to be enrolled at the University of Nairobi (UON) for a BCOM degree (Marketing).Coast DCI boss, Pius Macharia, in a letter dated March 27, asked Joho to appear at the headquarters on Tuesday at 10 am.
"I have reasons to believe Joho has information which may assist in completing investigations in a case of forgery," Macharia was quoted.In a press statement, Joho confirmed receiving the letter adding that he would not be able to to honour the summon on Tuesday due to other commitments.
However, the Governor said that he would present himself at the headquarters on Wednesday and prove his innocence.
“The intimidation continues. Today at 4.30 pm, I received a summon from Mr Pius Macharia to appear at the Regional DCI headquarters Mombasa and record a statement,” the Governor said.
Joho also refuted claims that he had forged his documents and maintained that it was Jubilee trying to ruin his political career.
KNEC’s acting chief executive, Ms Mercy Gathigia Karogo, in a letter to the Director of Criminal Investigations Ndegwa Muhoro, alleged that Joho had forged his documents.
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