Good morning Kenyans and welcome to the Monday all newspaper headlines review. Let's start with the standard nation.
Uhuru Jibe at deputy president Ruto Sparks war of words. The president had sent some message to the deputy president. He said his promises would have been achieved while in government. Why is he promising Kenyans what he would have done long time ago. This seems to attract war of words from Ruto's camp. His allows spent the better part of Sunday campaign to answer the president.
Judiciary holding iebc on a narrow path. The judiciary is still requiring IEBC to confirm if it has rectified the mess that made the 2017 general elections to be nullified.
Politics of unga. With the price of a packet of unga passing the 200 shilings mark for a decade, politicians are getting it rough to explain on what they will do to lower the price. Kenyans real want practical solution and not colourful speeches.
Havi attacks Mudavadi in Kenya kwanza. Nelson Havi has taken to media to track his Kenya kwanza co-principal. He said he is very slow indecisive leader. Havi said that's why he left ANC to UDA.
Tea farmers set to take home she 37 billion. For the first time the tea bonus is likely to rise again. Over kshs 37billion will be paid to the farmers by this week.
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