The DCI and Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission have been challenged to investigate and clear the air on academic papers held by Homabay County Assembly speaker Julius Gaya rumoured to be fake.
Consequently, some whistleblowers have produced copies of the alleged fake documents in attempts to back up the claims.
Weekly Citizen however is not in a position to authenticate the elegibility of copies of Gaya’s said fake academic papers in our possession.
The controversial academic papers were sourced from Kampala university in Uganda and Kenya Institute of management (KIM) in Kenya.
Interestingly, the KIM document issued in 1999 is linked to one Caroline Wanjiru as the original owner.
Attempts to reach the speaker for comments were fruitless as he did not respond to our several phone calls.
Those in the know state that Gaya did not procedurally seat for his high school exams and does not own genuine papers for the same.
Ahead of the last genral elections, the former Central Karachuonyo MCA did not defend his seat but joined the campaign team of Governor Wanga and her deputy Oyugi Magwanga.