Oscar Sudi did not sit KCSE exam – court told

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 27 Oct, 2021 09:27 | < 1 min read
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi PHOTO/Courtesy
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi. PHOTO/Courtesy

Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) principal examination secretary Nabiki Ene Kashu has told anti-corruption court magistrate Felix Kombo that Oscar Sudi certificate is fake and forged.

"We went through the KNEC archive records and established that Oscar Kipchumba Sudi did not appear in the year 2006 KNEC data base for either Parklands Secondary School or Highway Secondary," Nabiki told the court. 

While testifying in a matter where the Kapseret MP is charged with forging academic certificates, Nabiki confirmed to the trial court that the index number 401006/081 of year 2006 in the forged KCSE certificate did not belong to Highway Secondary school but to Parklands Secondary School.

She told the magistrate that the certificate submitted to them by the EACC on September 17 2015 to confirm the candidacy and academic results for the year 2006 was forged and the index number did not exist in their records.

"Using the index number and the name of the candidate, we established that the code of the Highway Secondary school in the accused certificate did not belong to the school but to Parklands School," she added.

Nabiki who has worked at the Kenya National examination council for over 20 years, told the court that she was the head of section record and archives at the time she received the letter from the EACC.

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