Commission for University Education chief executive David Some. PHOTO | FILECommission for University Education chief executive David Some. PHOTO | FILE
By OUMA WANZALA

A racket that involves production of fake and backdated degree certificates has been unearthed.

The degrees are from Inoorero University which was shut by higher education regulator in 2015 and granted a two years to enable its continuing students to finish their programmes after it was declared bankrupt.

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Behind the scheme is a top administrator with the university who is now under investigation by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI).

The investigation is as a result of concerns raised by an airline in Africa operating in Nairobi which discovered that one of its top employee’s in accounts had a ‘suspicious’ degree certificate.

And to compound the situation, another graduate from the university was found with a fake degree certificate.

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SOURCE: Daily Nation