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Today's Newspaper Headlines: Uhuru Allies Now Cautious After BBI Face Stumbling Block

As President Uhuru Kenyatta continues to maintain studious silence on the High Court ruling on the the Building Bridges Initiative, his allies have decided to play safe as they plot their political moves. Bonchari go to the ballot as Matiang'i tests Dp, Raila following silently. Voters in Bonchari go to the polls today to elect one of 13 aspirants to succeed the late Mp Oroo Oyioka with Jubilee - whose local high profile face is interior Cs Fred Matiang'i -facing off with Raila's ODM and Dp Ruto allied UDA party, in what will be political statement only 14 months to the General Election.

Rastafarians push for Marijuana legalisation. The Rastafarians society of Kenya was in court yesterday to seek criminalisation of use of Marijuana declared unconstitutional and adherents of the faith allowed to freely smoke the substance. court throws power plan into a spin. Last week's judgment declaring the Bill to change the constitution null and void has scuttled a deal for an anticipated super alliance, which has hinged upon the proposed creation of new executive positions. Nationa Intelligence Service snoop on personal accounts in new graft proposals. Tracking of assets and private lives of public officers also on the cards in the government's latest strategy to upscale fight against endemic corruption.

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