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Saturday Nation And Standard Newspaper Review Featuring Ruto's Jubilee Eviction

Good morning fellow kenyans. Welcome to today's newspaper headlines review. I hope you will enjoy. Leave a comment on how we should improve.

Now let's discuss the standard newspaper.

Jubilee Evicts Ruto. The last two days have been very busy in Jubilee Headquarters. On Thursday the deputy president stormed the jubilee party headquaters with allies. He held a meeting for a long period not less than 8 hours. However, they held a press to convince Kenyans it was not a coup. Yesterday the party secretary general Tuju said now the deputy is banned from accessing the jubilee headquarters. A war of words was witnessed from the Ruto allies and the president supporters. Susan Kihika and Murkomen dared to remove Tuju from office. Tuju argues that by choosing to storm the office in president's absentia shows that he is capable of overthrowing the government.

Its a free pass for Kipchoge in London Marathon. It was expected to be a tough competition. However, the Ethiopian competitor withdrew yesterday due to calf injury. He won't make it for competition.

Let's now turn to Daily Nation.

Jubilee in plot to kick out Ruto. The jubilee leaders are now in plot to kick out Ruto from the party. According to The secretary general Tuju, Ruto has shown disrespect to the president. They will now forward the proposals to the national executive concill of the party for consideration. This has come after the deputy president held a meeting in the jubilee party offices with his allies. The president is yet to talk over that.

Uhuru is to blame for wheelbarrownomics. Ndii now says Uhuru sidelined Ruto. That is why he chose to find another way of making himself famous. If Uhuru had used Ruto as they agreed, then Ruto would have been calm for now.

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