On Tuesday, an Anti-corruption court was told that Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi did not sit the 2006 KCSE examination and is accused of having forged his academic credentials.
KNEC principal examinations secretary Nabiki Ene Kashu while testifying to the anti-corruption court magistrate Felix Kombo, told the court that Sudi did not sit for the 2006 KCSE examination at Highway Secondary School in Nairobi as he alleged earlier.
Kashu who has been working at Kenya national examination council for over 19 years and her duties include replacements of certificates and equations of foreign qualifications informed the court that she was the head of record and archives section at the time she received the letter from the EACC.
She told the magistrate that after checking the index number submitted to them by EACC, they established that the index number did not exist in their records and 401005 was the code to Highway secondary and code 401006 belongs to Parklands Secondary School.
“In the letter, we were asked to authenticate whether such a candidate sat his KCSE in the year 2006 at Highway Secondary School in Nairobi in November and was awarded certificate serial number 3381074 under index 401006/081.”
“We also established that a candidate by the name Sudi did not appear in the 2006 Knec database for either Parklands Secondary School or Highway Secondary School and at that time there was no school in Nairobi called Highway High School with candidates sitting for the KCSE examination,” Kashu explained.