Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Johnson Sakaja could soon see prison cells, Nation reports.
Sakaja whose fate hangs in the balance, has had a rough week after his university degree from Teams University, Uganda was questioned.
The back and forth between the High Court, Ugandan Authorities and Teams University has drawn the Director of Criminal Investigation into the circle.
DCI boss George Kinoti Thursday evening said Mr Sakaja and officials of Team University in Uganda are suspects in an international organised crime syndicate.
“We will not surrender our capital city to frauds. We will involve all international agencies in investigating and prosecuting anyone involved in academic fraud,” Kinoti told Nation.
If found guilty, Sakaja will face a three-year jail term.
However, Sakaja still remains adamant and confident that he will be on the ballot claiming the woes are witchunt to end his career.
Sakaja also accused President Uhuru Kenyatta for being behind the humiliation in a bid to finish him.
“Even before I was chairman of TNA, I did everything in my ability for his career but now he is doing everything in his ability to finish mine,” he said.