, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 11- The Civil Society Reference Group (CS-RG), will on Tuesday morning protest in a bid to pile pressure on the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission to make public the findings of their probe into the authenticity of a degree held by the Executive Director of the NGOs Co-ordination Board, Fazul Mahamed.
The activists will deliver a letter to the anti-graft body, demanding release of the findings.
They intend to kick off the protest at the Freedom Corner in Uhuru Park, and then proceed to EACC through Kenyatta Avenue, then to other Government offices along Harambee Avenue.
Mahamed was early this year grilled by EACC over the authenticity of the degree, which he used to gain employment.
It is during the questioning that he presented a copy of the alleged falsified certificate from Egerton University.
Mahamed has since dismissed the allegations saying they were as a result of his move to clean up the NGO sector in the country.