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Thursday 17th November Newspaper Headlines, Uhuru on Record Over Laptop Project And MPs vs CJ Koome

People Daily

Row rocks House Over CDF billions -MPs want CJ Koome, Ndung'u to be summoned over delays in releasing cash for constituencies and ruling that declared the fund unconstitutional or they won't pass supplementary budget.

The Star

EAlA hopefuls hustle MPs as voting looms- According to The Star Thursday newspaper headline,Beehives of activities as candidates held small kamikunjis with MPs late into the night.

The Standard

MPs Set stage for big clash with CJ Koome-Alleys will be on Attorney general Justin Muturi after the Treasury said it was ready to begin disbursing sh2 billion NG CDF cash weekly subject legal advice. How the IG decides will trigger the first major clash with the supreme court,which ruled that the fund is unconstitutional.

Daily Nation

How Jubilee's sh32bn laptop project flopped- Ahead of the 2013 General election. Then jubilee party candidates uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto promised to give each child who enrolled in school a laptop, on paper, it is a well laid out initiative to turn children into digital citizens, but on the ground things are different.

Taifa Leo

According to Taifa Leo Newspaper headline Hustlers have given Ruto directives on hustler fund.

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