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Tuesday Newspaper Headlines Review

The Standard

DP Ruto has assured those vying for positions in next year's election under UDA of free and fair party nominations. UDA has been fighting reports that some of its members have guaranteed tickets.

The High Court has suspended the plan by Kenya Revenue Authority to adjust excise duty for petroleum products.

Daily Nation

Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi now wants all politicians with pending graft cases in court to be barred from contesting in the 2022 general elections. 

Family of the late Tob Cohen wants DPP Noordin Haji removed from the murder case, accuses him of refusing to prosecute key suspects who were involved in the murder.

The Star Newspaper

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe is positive that the economy can be further opened if the current Covid-19 positivity rate is held constant. Kagwe says the govt targets to vaccinate 5.8 million Kenyans ahead of the 58th Mashujaa Day. 

Business Daily

The Nairobi-Kisumu meter-gauge railway line has been revamped. Kenya is now looking to step up its position as trade transit hub into the vast Central and Eastern African market, through the revamped railway line. 

People Daily

The Senate Agriculture Committee has given Mumias Sugar Company receiver-manager, PVR Rao, two days to make public the details of the bids for leasing the struggling miller.

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