I’ll sell Malala one of my degree certificates – Babu Owino

Saturday, May 28th, 2022 19:18 | By
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malalah. PHOTO/COURTESY
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malalah. PHOTO/PD/File
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malalah. PHOTO/COURTESY

Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino has presented his education certificates for sale to Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala.

Babu Owino will not access Parliament buildings for the next 5 days
Embakasi East MP Paul Ongili alias Babu Owino.

In a Twitter post, the controversial MP has offered the senator an array of his academic papers, both degrees, and diplomas at an affordable price.

This comes amid Malala's imminent lockout of the Kakamega Governor race due to lack of requisite academic credentials, something he has termed as propaganda.

In response to Malala's interview posted online, Babu tweeted;

"Academic dwarf, academic orphan, village salad, that’s him. Let him come I’ll sell him a degree certificate.

"Actuarial Science(First Class Honors) will cost him an arm and a leg plus his heart and two kidneys. Master in Actuarial Science will cost him his empty head, LLB Law(Second Class Honors Upper Division) will cost him his liver, diaphragm and his loop of Henle, and Master in LAW LLM will cost him his lungs, stomach, oesophagus and windpipe and six diplomas will cost him the rest of his body organs."

In the meantime, Malala who is seeking Kakamega Governor's seat on an ANC party ticket was forced to share copies of his education papers on social media to shut down the chatter fueled by ODM's Fernandes Barasa and Lugari MP Ayub Savula allegedly aiming to overshadow his ambitions.

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malalah. PHOTO/COURTESY
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malalah. PHOTO/COURTESY

"The Commission for University Education (CUE) has duly certified and recognized my academic credentials and henceforth advised the IEBC to clear me to contest in the August 2022 gubernatorial election, Kakamega county. Those who cherish propaganda, feel ashamed. Attached are the true copies of my academic accolades," he wrote.

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