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The Daily Nation.
Headline : Uhuru invites Azimio MPs to election talks.
President Kenyatta is today set to host lawmakers supporting his Handshake deal with ODM party leader Raila Odinga at a State House meeting in which he is expected to give a direction on his succession.
Ruto's promise to city youth in blitz tour.
Raila is expected to launch nationwide campaign rallies in Kiambu on Saturday.
DCI boss Kinoti launces probe into Kenya Power outrages.
Headline : Eye on Uhuru as Natembeya begins exit.
Although the official quit date for State officers joining politics is three weeks away, more big names are expected to follow in the footsteps of Natembeya who resigned.
Unrest : Magoha pledges more approved schools.
Relief as court halts hike in insurance cost.
Headline : Kalonzo team pushes for poll deal with Raila.
Former Vice President, Kalonzo Musyoka, believes that Musalia Mudavadi will abandon OKA during his National Delegates Conference.
Hopes dim as Bondo miner remains buried in collapsed mine 40 days later.
Karua: Elect leaders who will protect your resources.
Headline : Uhuru hosts MPs after Ruto defeat.
Raila faces stern test over Ukambani vote.
Natembeya first senior official to quit for 2022 polls.
Kenyan freed from Guantanamo.
Headline : Telkom fights State over Sh15bn sports complex.
Protest as Mau Summit highway supervision contract is cancelled.
Dirty cash : Court stops lawyers from disclosing deals.
Insurers barred from raising car premiums.
SGR : WACHINA WALIVYOFUNGA UHURU MDOMO.
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