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Tuesday 4th October Newspaper Headlines Edition

The government has lifted the ban on genetically modified foods; opening the flood gates for the importation and cultivation of genetically modified crops and feeds.

President William Ruto has today presided over the groundbreaking ceremony of the Mukuru affordable housing project as part of his slum upgrading program within Nairobi city.

The Kenya Union of Clinical Officers has taken a swipe at the government saying the country is ill prepared to fight the dreaded disease if it penetrates the borders.

British Investment firm, Helios Investment Partners, has offloaded its 60 per cent stake in Telkom Kenya, effectively exiting its investment in the company. The Kenyan governemnt which previously owned 40 per cent stake in Telkom now owns the company fully. The exit comes six years after Jamhuri acquired majority ownership.

The United States of America has given out grants worth 2.5 million US dollars to the Kenyan businesses in a bid to bolster bilateral relations between the two countries.

DP Gachagua says that there is not enough forex for fuel importation, but CBK has re-assured the markets that they have enough reserves to provide adequate cover and a buffer against market shocks.

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