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Front Page Of Thursday Newspaper Headlines Review Edition

Raila odinga has urged African counties to rethink their efforts towards infrastructure development if the country is to achieve accelerated growth rates 

More than four million Kenyans blacklisted by the Credit Reference Bureau will be pardoned in November this year. President William Ruto has said the move is aimed at allowing more Kenyans to service their loans and access more loans.

The Government will spend 3 billion shillings to implement the Crop Insurance Program. The project aims to cushion smallholder farmers from the effects of natural calamities like drought and floods or crop failure. 

Tourism players in 14 counties within Western Kenya have opted to form an association, to leverage on tourist attractions in the region. 

Members in the 13th parliament will be taking home a gross salary of 710,000 shillings following the gazettement of a new salary structure in August by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission.

As President William Ruto addresses parliament this Thursday, the cost of living remains a key concern with parliament expected to play a role in taming the high cost of commodities.

The 13th Parliament will have an additional 10 new committees in line with the amended standing orders as it seeks to play its legislative and oversight roles.

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