Hallo and welcome to today's newspapers Review.
The Swahili publication's headline focuses on ever changing political landscape in Kenya whereby talks of alliance formations are dominant.
This according to the local daily makes Raila a hunted man by both Kenya's CEO and his Principal assistant.
This will automatically leave Raila on the horns of a dilemma even as his close allies put much pressure on him to sever ties with Uhuru whom they accuse of playing tricks on the ODM Leader.
In another story, one Kenya alliance which brings together Amani National congress leader Musalia Mudavadi, wiper's Kalonzo Musyoka, Ford Kenya's Moses wetangula and KANU'S Gideon Moi is finding it tricky to choose a flag bearer.
Whoever that they will decide on should be able keep them United and reading from the same script ahead of 2022.
In yet another Story, over 4000 hoteliers are set to lose jobs as hotels at the coast mull closing busineses for three months following COVID-19 impact on them.
The number of visitors has always been on a downward trend resulting from travel advisories by United kingdom and the USA.
Another story on the front page is about president Uhuru's charm offensive in Tanzania where he seeks to restore good neighborliness with the new president Samia Suluhu.
The daily Nation's headline casts it's spotlightight on the looming meeting between president uhuru kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
This follows rumours that Raila could be cosying up with the Deputy President William Ruto.
In another story, crucial leads could help unravel the mytetrious murder of KBC journalist.
Detectives are now investing whether her recent windfall could be the reason behind her gruesome muder.
In yet another story, there are concerns that a vital COVID-19 drug could be running out at a time when infection rates are very high.
This is happening at a time when even vaccination excecise faces uncertain future following revelations yesterday that doses are running out very fast due to high demand.
A ban on exports of Astrazeneca Vaccine by the source market- India complicates matters at a time when local private firms were also stopped from importing untill July.
The headline on the standard focuses on the powerful lady in president Uhuru's administration that is fixing his succesion arithmetics.
According to the paper, Nancy Gitau likes Working from from behind the scenes staging multiple and spectacular Political shows.
Her side kick Mutahi Ngunyi believes politicians who have come out thus far are being played. The Standard seeks to unmask Nancy Gitau and her influence in jubilee administration.
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