FINALLY GRADES ZA RAILA ZIMEPATIKANA …. Degree in Engineering by Raila Odinga in the Faculty of Metallic Process Surfaces after DP Ruto doubted it

Mr. Odinga graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering and welding from the Technische Hochschule (translated to technical institute) in Magdeburg, East Germany, in 1970 after joining a scholarship in 1965.

Since DP Ruto asked Raila to prove that he has a degree, his men and women have earned a degree certificate from the Otto von Guericke Technical University in Magdeburg, proving that Raila has a degree from the Faculty of metal process engineering.

An alleged degree certificate belonging to Raila Odinga has surfaced on social media.

The former Prime Minister’s educational background from public records shows that he mostly attended his tertiary education abroad in the 1960s, when his father was the vice president.

Mr. Odinga graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering and welding from the Technische Hochschule (translated to technical institute) in Magdeburg, East Germany, in 1970 after joining a scholarship in 1965.

The institute is now part of the Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg. A Diplom is the equivalent of a master’s or, in some cases, a standard degree program.

Raila had also attended the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Leipzig in East Germany.

The presidential candidate of Azimio la Umoja was today attacked by his opponent, William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza for his academic certificates.

DP Ruto questioned whether Raila Odinga has authentic certificates while defending troubled Nairobi Senator Johson Sakaja.

Sakaja’s graduation from Team University of Uganda was the source of the problems faced by the young lawmaker at the governor’s office.

DAVID MWANGI

Journalist

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