Mombasa High court to rule on Joho’s ‘fake papers’ case
Mombasa High Court is on Thursday set to rule on Mombasa County Governor Hassan Joho’s case in which he was accused of forging his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education certificate to enable him join the University of Nairobi.
In the case file at the height of governor’s criticism of the Jubilee government, the Mombasa County leader denied the allegations made by Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) that questioned the authenticity of his Form Four results slip, claiming that Joho’s purported examination centre- Serani Secondary School index number was 16032 and not 160092 as shown on the slip.
This was later followed by a letter dated January 26, 2017, addressed to the examinations body by the Department of Criminal Investigations (CID) confirming that Joho Hassan Ali was not a candidate at Serani Secondary School in the 1992 KCSE examinations as indicated in the results slip.
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