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Amerudi shule: MP Oscar Sudi dons school uniform amid fake KCSE certificate saga

by Amos Khaemba

Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi who is a close ally of the United Democratic Alliance presidential flag bearer William Ruto is among leaders battling court cases involving the forgery of academic papers

The outspoken lawmaker is accused of forging his Kenya Secondary Education Certificate and a diploma certificate from Kenya Institute Management.

Many Kenyans have been challenging leaders who did not complete their education to go back to school and complete studies instead of taking Kenyans into circles.

On Monday, June 27, Sudi left many Kenyans talking after photos of him donning Songolet Secondary School uniform went vital online.

In the photos that have gone viral, the outspoken lawmaker is seen dressed in a green pullover with the badge of the school on it, a white shirt, and a grey pair of pants.

Sudi was at the school to issue a school bus and took time to interact with the students while putting on their uniforms which have generated divergent views from social media users.

Many of the netizens made fun of the photos suggesting the legislator had gone back to school to finish up his education.

“Finally, Oscar Sudi has gone back to school. The overrated Sakaja should follow the suit!” Charles Ocham a random Facebook user said.

Onesmas Nakichoma Junior a random Twitter user said, “Oscar Sudi unveiling his classmates, schoolmates, and teachers.”

“Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi shares evidence that he went to High School.” Polycarp Hinga a popular social media user opined.

Sudi always claimed that he had attended Highway Secondary School, where he wrote his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2006.

However, in his submission before the court, the former Highway principal Patrick Maritim dismissed the allegation that Sudi was his student.

“I can confirm that I went through the records of admission from the year he said he was at the school and that the name of Oscar Kipchumba Sudi was not appearing anywhere. Even the index number on the KCSE certificate belonged to another student,” said Maritim.

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