Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Exposed: Waititu Is A Class Seven Dropout & Has Been Using His Brother’s Academic Paper

Mercurial Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu has been using his brother’s academic papers, Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has revealed.

According to Kabogo, the Kabete MP has been masquerading as Clifford Ndung’u Waititu-after he changed his name in the run-up to the 2013 general election from Ferdinand Ndung’u Waititu to Ferdinand Clifford Ndung’u Waititu.

Kabogo alleged that Waititu falsified his documents in 2013 to be eligible to vie for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat.

He went on to say that “Ferdinand Ndung'u Waititu, whose birth was registered on January 4, 1980, cannot be the same person as Clifford who sat CPE at Mbagathi Primary in 1975."

The Kiambu Governor accused Waititu of identity theft and asked the courts to bar him from vying for any public position for violating the constitution.

Waititu brother, Clifford, was a student at Mbagathi Primary school before joining Dagoreti High School in 1981. He then proceeded to Panjab University, India, in 1985.

Kabogo maintains that the only qualification Waititu has is primary school education.

The Kabete MP has vehemently denied that he did not graduate from Panjab University. He called a press conference where he shared his testimonials and pictures he took while he was in the University.

His troubles began when he announced his intentions to run for the Kiambu gubernatorial seat, currently held by Kabogo.
The two leaders have engaging in a war of words.