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October 4th: Newspapers Headlines Review

The Standard

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi has announced plans to overhaul the energy sector as part of government measures to lower fuel and power costs.

Deputy President William Ruto took his vote-hunting mission to Kisii County Sunday after addressing rallies in Nakuru on Saturday.

The Daily Nation

The Algerian government has banned French military planes from its airspace, the French army said on Sunday, amid a diplomatic crisis sparked by a visa row and reported critical comments from President Emmanuel Macron.

The World Bank was the first major player in the deal to raise an alarm on the multibillion-shilling contract. But the Energy ministry officials remained adamant – the contract had to go on at all costs, despite the red flags.

The Star

Credible sources within the organisation have told the Sunday Nation that over one million meters have now disappeared from Kenya Power warehouses and cannot be accounted for as the rot at the utility company unravels.

“Kenyans are pushing for the reopening of the economy yet they are taking time to have the jabs. We started a campaign targeting those not vaccinated “get vaccinated, tufungue nchi”, he said.

The Institute of Certified Investment and Financial Analysts (ICIFA) is set to host a two-day hybrid investment conference from October 8.

The conference which will take place in Mombasa will combine virtual and physical sessions for delegates who will be laying out strategies for investments in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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