Hello, welcome to Monday newspaper review of 1st March 2021.
1 Daily Nation
The major headline outline the major crisis that is facing the education Sector. The national exams, Kcpe and Kcse starts this month . The gate of thousands of learners who are yet to reopen is not known. Most of them are going to miss the exam if their whereabouts will not be established.
The orange leaders Raila Amolo Odinga is in dillema. He is leading a BBI campaign at the same time he should be popularising his presidential bid. The additional of more constituency in the BBI is something that gives him headache as some areas will be left out.
2 The Standard
Ruto has answered the president. The deputy president was accussed of raiding the Uhuru backyard through the backdoor. Yesterday,he toured the Murang'a county where he received a heroic welcome in Gatanga. He was in accompany of more than 15 legislator who have vowed to support his presidential bid next year.
The cabinet secretary for health Mutahi Kagwe revealed yesterday that a million doses would be arriving in the country by Tuesday. The priority would be given to the health workers first then teachers and policemen and other frontline workers.
Time is running out for the candidate classes,form four to start picking their courses. It is remaining one month and they will sitting for their national exams.
Though the BBI sailed through the counties. Some politicians are already lining up to be on the frontline of No campaign as refferundum draws near. Martha karua seems to be the new face that will lead the group .
3 The Star
New rules have been set for those who like misusing the social media. A person sharing a ponographic content on social platforms risks to be fine about 20 million. Those who lure others to join terror group might end up paying a fine of 5 million.
The mother of quadruplets has been detained in the hospital over bill. She appeals for the good Samaritan to come on her way.
4 Taifa Leo
Raila respond to those who has been questioning his faith. He says he is a devout Christian who loves God. He dismissed his critics by saying he is not a witch doctor.
Thousands of primary and secondary learners are set to miss out on Kcpe and Kcse due to absenteeism.
In the business daily, the Kenya national Union of teachers is pushing for the new CBA 2021-2025. The TSC has written to the unions informing them that they are waiting for a communication from the salary and Remuneration Commission before having a discussion on how the salary increment will be arrived at.
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