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28th June 2021: Monday's Daily Nation, Taifa, People's Daily and Star Newspapers

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Headline - Gedion Moi ditches One Kenya Alliance , to join Raila Odinga in ' 22 power plan.

KANU chairman Gedion Moi ditches the newly formed coalition OKA to join former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Moi made his move on President Uhuru's advice, this will joint the amorphous One Kenya Alliance leaving Wiper chief Kalonzo Musyoka, Amani National Alliance chief Mudavadi and Ford Kenya boss Moses Wetang'ula in a limbo. Despite of this all coalitions, Deputy President William Ruto who is on 2022 race has warned opponents against tribal politics telling. Ruto is confident that he will beat them.

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Headline - Rally here to stay

Unforgiving, relentless, with a string at the end.The 2021 Safari Rally lived up to tradition , with Frenchmen Sebastian Ogier snatching victory from Belgian Thierry Neville only 50 kilometers to the finish and securing a 21.8 seconds lead over Toyota teammate Yamamoto Katsuta . Kenyans welcomed the announcement that the rally is here to stay. Race to be hosted in Kenya every year until 2026, President announces.

Image Courtesy : People's Daily Newspaper

Headline - Revealed : The 31 silent Mps in the house.

Ranking according to the 2020 Parliamentary Scorecard released by Mzalendo Trust , a big number of members did not make any contribution that year 2020 though very vocal in political rallies.

Image Courtesy : Taifa Leo Newspaper

Headline - 2022 elections must happen.

There has been talks of postponing 2022 general elections after IEBC revealed that they are not ready for the exercise as they faced a lot of challenges in finance a news that was not welcomed by Ruto. Elections must take place, Ruto says.

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