Ugandan who forged his way to the top charged
A 50- year-old Ugandan alleged to be a Form One dropout who has served in various reputable companies in Kenya with forged certificates has been arraigned in Nairobi and charged with 32 counts of forgery and impersonation.
The man, who goes by six different names, Robert Muhoro Ikundo, Norbert Ikundo Mwanyalo, Moses Otieno Obiero, Norbert Muhoro Ikundo, Hope Lubega and Munyalo was until his time of arrest the deputy director of Information communication and technology (ICT) at the Public Service Commission.
Ikundo is accused of forging a Masters of Business Administration degree and two Bachelor of Science degree certificates. Also, he is accused of forging a Kenya Certificate of education (KCE) and two Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education certificates bearing different names.
In addition, the suspect is also accused of having made several academic transcripts bearing different names.
Ikundo also forged a several passports, Kenyan identification cards, birth certificates and personal Identification numbers (PIN).
The police had earlier established that Ikundo was born in Uganda and attended Magwa Primary school in Jinja, but completed primary education at Army Primary School, also in Jinja.
Ikundo denied all the 32 counts before Nairobi Senior principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku and was released on a Ksh300,000 cash bail or an alternative bond of ksh500,000 with a surety of similar amount.
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