On Tuesday, local dailies covered crucial stories ranging from the Journey to the next chief Justice to the 2022 succession politics.
These are the top stories making headlines
The Standard focused on Former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
The paper explored the controversial life of land broker who managed to make his way to the high table of key decison making political table.
The Star explored the 2022 succession politics and the possibility of political leaders forming an alliance.
The paper focused on the rumored alliance between the Deputy President William Ruto and the ODM leader Raila Raila Odinga.
The paper highlighted the concerns of the Mt Kenya People who have outrightly opposed such a move.
The DP whmas also on spot for dismissing reports of working with Raila.
The People explored corruption allegations pitting Members of Parliament.
A letter by alcohol distiller has lamented over MPs move to receive kickbacks to Fix it.
This has lifted the lid on the runaway cases of corruption in Parliament that leads to travesty of Justice.
The Daily Nation
The Daily Nation explored chances of School Reopening.
The Paper assessed the decline in the number of Covid-19 positive cases in the country and possibility of experts advising the President to reopen the country.
Another major story was on Justice Said Chitembwe who was grilled on his suitability to be the next Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya.
Taifa explored political games being played by three prominent politicians in the country including President Uhuru Kenyatta, His Deputy William Ruto and ODM Leader Raila Odinga.
The three leaders a have resorted to political tactics to handle the 2022 succession politics as it appears no leader is making a clear political moves.
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