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Sunday 23rd Newspaper Headlines Review

Azimio la Umoja Presidential hopeful Raila Odinga has reiterated his commitment to eradicate corruption in government. Addressing rallies in Narok County, Raila promised to seal loopholes that breed graft and impoverish Kenyans.

Mudavadi's big day:Preparations for ANC delegates’ conference complete. ANC to unveil its ‘political friends’ tomorrow.Malala: We’ve not invited our competitors to our NDC.Mudavadi has promised to issue earth shaking statement.

Wetangula call to IEBC: Wetangula urges IEBC, police to ensure free and fair polls.Wetangula: IEBC should disqualify politicians causing violence.

Chebukati election pledge: Chebukati dismisses claims of favouritism and bias.Chubakiti: We will deliver a free, fair and credible poll.IEBC rules out extension of ongoing mass voter registration.

Yala bodies identification: Activists question delays in establishment of coroner service. Number of bodies climb to 23 as one more is retrieved.

Kenya-Uganda border crisis:Scanning of trucks and weigh-bridge services suspended at Malaba. Transport ministers from Kenya, Uganda meet to end stand-off.Macharia: Impasse has impacted on trade in Uganda.Katumba: We have put in place new measures.

Marsabit education challenge: Children from pastoralist community face education challenges. Children do not have the necessary learning materials.PACIDA donates mobile school to Yaa Gara residents.

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