Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Waititu Has Never Been One Of Our Student, Panjab University Reveals
It reads in part:
“The name of Ferdinand Waititu is not in on record as a student of B.Com Degree course during the academic sessions 1985-86 to 1987-88.”
“The name of the student having registration No. 85-GC-555 is Clifford Ndung’u Waititu during the academic session 1985-86, 1986-87 and 1987-88 for B.Com through degree course.”
Kabogo, through his lawyer Issa Mansur, filed an affidavit that alleged Waititu used the brother’s-Clifford Waititu-certificates claiming to be his.
A letter from the Public Service Commission also showed that Ferdinand Ndung’u Waititi was never employed on 16th January, 1989.
Kabogo went on to produce copies of Waititu’s brother and mother birth certificates. He further stated:
“I am aware that a student was enrolled in Form One at Dagoretti High School on 11th March 1980 under the name Ndung’u Wainaina son of Waititu Ndogi,”
“The respondent could not have been admitted to Ruiru High School under the name Ndung’u Waititu, as the results for CPE were under the name Ndung’u Wainaina, the name appearing in the CPE certificate,”
“If indeed the respondent proceeded to Ruiru High School as he claims at paragraph 33(j) of the replying affidavit, the respondent could not have been admitted under a different name other than the name in the Certificate of Primary Education examinations”
“In addition to being an alumnus of Panjab University it behoves me to clear the air about the integrity of the degrees acquired from Punjab University. The reason why this petition was therefore lodged was therefore to uphold Chapter 6 of the Constitution on Leadership and Integrity”