Former school principal denies Kapseret MP Sudi sat for exams
An anti-corruption court was yesterday told Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi did not sit the 2006 Form Four exams as earlier alleged.
The former Principal of Highway Secondary School Patrick Maritim confirmed before trial magistrate Felix Kombo that the MP did not sit his KCSE exams at the school that year.
“Sudi did not register nor sit for the 2006 KCSE examination. His name did not appear anywhere in the school’s register at the time when l was the principal at Highway Secondary School,” Maritim stated.
Maritim said Sudi’s name did not appear in the register and index 81 allegedly forged belonged to one Nicholas Otieno.
The former principal who is currently a CEC in the Bomet County Government informed the court he came to know about Sudi’s matter when he received a letter from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) seeking information on the MP’s enrollment at the school.
The court heard the commission requested him to confirm whether Sudi’s name was in the school’s records