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Headline: Ugali, chapati to cost more on new taxes.
MPs are set to take to the public for debate. The Finance Bill, 2022, which seeks to raise Sh50.4 billion to plug a hole in the Sh3.33 trillion national budget, but whose effects, analysts are warning, will lead to hyperinflation, raise the cost of living, increase the cost of production for local manufacturers, and cost thousands their jobs.
Wiper, Jubilee pile pressure on Raila for DP slot.
Inside Ruto's power deal with coalition allies.
Headline: Uhuru wild card in Raila deputy search.
As Kenyans wait for the announcement of the Raila Odinga-led alliance running mate, it has emerged that President Uhuru's Jubilee Party has the biggest say on the divisive matter based on its earlier deal with ODM.
Tears, gnashing of teeth ahead for key players.
Raila and Ruto have made big promises to many allies which can't possibly be kept, and reality will dawn on them soon after elections.
Revealed: Intrigues in Raila deputy pick.
Kalonzo camp has rejected any arrangement where he is paraded for questioning.
Police order second autopsy in Sankok's son suicide probe.
Headline: Why picking running mate is tough task.
With seven days left to pick their choice for presidential ticket, Raila and Ruto are burning the midnight oil trying to answer one big question, what advantage will nominees bring?
Sh24 million to be shared among Mashemeji.
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