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Image Courtesy : Star Newspaper

Top politicians are busy with grand-plans 'hunting' on how to win the 2022 general elections which which is only 14 months ahead. According to Tuesday's Star Newspaper , President's Uhuru team are planning to market Fomer Prime Minister Raila Odinga who on has declared her interest in 2020 presidential race. President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to come out clear and market ODM boss in rich-vote region.

Kiambaa By- Election

July 15 by-election of Kiambaa followed the death of sitting Mp Koinange in March. According to African Radio opinion polls UDA Candidate leads Kiambaa race with 54% support against his competitor Jubilee candidate Kariri Njama.

Image Courtesy : People's Daily

Headline - State outlines 2022 violence hotspots

Getting ready: According to Propel's Daily Gangs in Nyanza and Nairobi slums, tension in parts of Central, Kenya and the volatile Upper Eastern region giving authorities sleepless rights.

Uhuru again cancels Ukambani visit

Supremacy wars has derail Uhuru's visit to Ukambani. Disagreement between Wiper boss Kalonzo Musyoka and three governors triggered the last minute cancelation of President Uhuru's trip to Ukambani. Political squabbling was the main reason for cancelation of Uhuru's visit.

Image Courtesy : Daily Newspaper

Headline- Tough times as costs of meals shoots up . With the new tax measure taking effect this month, putting food on the table is becoming more difficult for Kenyans following a steep rise in the cost of cooking gas and wheat flour. Families are also grappling with increase in the cost of cooking oil as a result of rising palm oil prices.

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