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All Today”s Newspaper Headlines Review

All Today”s Newspaper Headlines Review

 

The major newspaper headlines on Saturday have reported extensively on the political situation in the country with a focus on president William Samoei Ruto’s failure to have all Kenya kwanza affiliate parties join his UDA.

The papers have also reported on the ongoing Safari rally competition in Naivasha, coming during Easter to the excitement of kenyans.

Saturday Nation: show of defiance.

If all had gone to plan, UDA would today be making final touches to hold polls as a mega party inspired by Chinese communist party and south Africa’s giant African national Congress (ANC).

But president William Samoei Ruto’s Kenya kwanza affiliate parties now say ‘no thank you’ as they dismiss one party push. The about-turn by the parties is now a headache to the head of State.

In another story making headlines, the sleepy town of Naivasha roared back to life yesterday as this year’s Safari rally competitions kicked off.

Kenyans from various walks of life gathered to watch the race as drivers worked hard to outdo each other in Dusty roads.

In yet another story making headlines, there is concern that a majority of fresh graduates are not employable.

After years of struggling in campus, the comrades are not joining the labour market as expected.

The east African: why broke air Tanzania buys more aircraft.

The main headline on the east African newspaper is about the economic condition of air Tanzania.

Despite continued loss making, the airline continues to buy more aircrafts in a bid to service new routes.

In another story making headlines, Uganda will now import oil through Kenya following an agreement between the two countries which led to issuance of a license by Kenya’s energy and petrolatum regulatory authority (epra)

The importation exercise by the licensed Uganda national oil corporation (UNOC) is now scheduled to begin from may this year.

Taifa Leo: pasaka ya njaa.

The main headline on the Swahili publication trains it’s guns on the ongoing Easter celebrations as kenyans continue to plead with president William Samoei Ruto to address the high cost of living.

Catholics from various walks of life on Friday took to the streets for processions to mark the death of Jesus Christ.

The climax of the festivities will be on Sunday when the Christians will celebrate the resurrection of their messiah.

And on the star, youth groups and women fund are now county cash pit. Most of The groups have defaulted on the loans extended to them making it hard for others to benefit.

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