All Today’s Newspaper Headlines Review.
The main headlines on the major newspapers on Thursday have reported extensively on various stories ranging from president William Samoei Ruto’s UDA jitters to simmering tension in azimio la umoja coalition over Raila Odinga’s ‘support’ for Kalonzo Musyoka 2027 bid.
The main headline on the daily nation is about jitters in president William Samoei Ruto’s UDA party that have forced him to convene a crisis meeting.
To forestall emergency of rival factions in the ruling united democratic alliance (UDA) party ahead of the planned elections, the head of state has convened a meeting.
Ahead of the grassroot elections scheduled for December, camps have started coalescing around the president and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua.
According to reports, some leaders are calling for postponement of the elections with Party’s women conference having proposed a postponement.
However, some members feel that there is no better time for an election hence the scheduled polls should just go on as Planned.
In another story making headlines, president William Samoei Ruto on Wednesday met with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and held bilateral roads.
The head of state Ruto said the Communist republic has been vital in constructing critical infrastructural projects in Kenya. He rooted for more Chinese investment in the country.
Taifa leo: sababu ya Raila ‘kumkana’ Kalonzo Musyoka.
The main headline on the Swahili publication focuses on how simmering tension Within azimio Forced Raila to make a U-turn over his endorsement of wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka’s 2027 Presidential bid.
Reports are now emerging that some leaders within Azimio who have been eyeing the ticket Ahead of 2027 felt betrayed when Raila threw his weight behind Kalonzo.
Others still felt that it was too early for the azimio la umoja one Kenya alliance party leader to announce a flag bearer.
Another group that was disappointed is the one that has been openly pushing for Raila Odinga’s sixth stab at the presidency forcing him to rescind his decision.
Ruto to overhaul Kenya’s healthcare.
The main headline on the Star is about president William Samoei Ruto’s plans to overhaul the healthcare in Kenya.
The head of state is set to assent into law four relevant bills that have been passed by Parliament to pave way for implementation.
The universal healthcare coverage (UHC) will then be unveiled on Friday during mashujaa day celebrations with all employed kenyans expected to pay 2.7 percent of their salaries to the new kitty.