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Newspaper Headlines Review for August 24th

DP held meeting with leaders and professionals from western Kenya Region economic development priorities in agriculture, tourism and infrastructure MPs Didmus Barasa, Waluke, Kapondi among those who attended meeting

Blowing nose without handkerchief attracts Ksh10,000-500,000 fine Urinating in undesignated spaces, spitting on the streets to attract fines Law bans riding motorcycles on footpaths, playing loud music D.G Kananu urges residents to read new law.

Kenya’s travel industry has began to show a positive trajectory for travelers this year. According to the Kenya Association of Travel Agents, KATA, the country has seen a slight improvement for both outbound and inbound search demand 

Kenya is looking to advance ties with South Korea through increased trade particularly in coffee Industrialization Cabinet Secretary Betty Maina says there has been interest for orders of up to 10 -11 tonnes of coffee from the Asian nation.

Phone charging cables are mainly imported in Kenya With over 40 million pieces of smart phones in the country, this makes for a lucrative market Anthony Muthungu based in Kirinyaga County saw this opportunity and is today producing Kenyan made phone charging cables 

Dr. Patrick Amoth: The pandemic continues to evolve but we have made significant progress. We have increased number of people in hospitals, critical care and increased oxygen demand, showing a 4th wave is in the offing. World-wide over, we are already in the 4th wave.

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