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Shitanda secures a New Ford Kenya certificate

18 January 2013, 16:08

Kakamega - Capital News reports Soita Shitanda has joined the gubernatorial race in Kakamega County after he secured a certificate to vie for the post from New Ford Kenya.

Shitanda's move comes after the United Democratic Forum (UDF)  kicked him out over his academic qualifications.

He said that he holds two degrees and one of them is duly recognised by the Commission for Higher Education.

- For more visit Capital News

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