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Joho KCSE certificate forgery: Governor to appear before CID on Wednesday


Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho will appear before the Coast regional criminal investigations officer on Wednesday to be interrogated over KCSE certificate forgery claims.
In a letter dated Monday the 27th and signed by the Coast regional CID Coordinator Pius Macharia, Joho was required to present himself before the CID officers on Tuesday morning at 10.00AM.
However, Governor Joho in his reply stated that he received the letter very late and could only make it on Wednesday at 10.30AM.
Joho assured his people that the scuffle with President Uhuru Kenyatta will not deter him from fighting for his people.
“Let’s all be ready in this fight. This is not a new thing; we expected it,” said Joho in an earlier briefing.
Speaking to Journalists at Serani Secondary school in Mombasa where Governor Joho sat his KCSE exams in 1993, Abbas Juma Ulaya who is the school Principal said that Joho was their student from 1990 to 1993 and the information circulating was only meant to underrate the school academically.
“Joho enrolled in this school on February 22nd, 1990 and sat his KCSE examination in November 1993. His admission number was 326,” Mr Ulaya confirmed.
He told journalists that all the details about the Mombasa Governor were available for scrutiny and Serani secondary school should not be negatively portrayed in the media.

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