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October 1st All Local Newspaper Headlines Review

Wiper Party Leader has today faulted President William Ruto's Cabinet saying a number of those nominated had questionable integrity with cases against them pending in court. 

Health officials at the port of Mombasa and Moi International Airport are on high alert after the Ministry of Health listed Mombasa County among 20 counties with high risk of Ebola infections. 

High Court declares the requirement to have a degree in order to vie as Governor as unconstitutional. This shall take effect in the next general election.

Tatu City has been picked as a model that would be used for establishing Special Economic Zones in the East African Community, owing to its success in rapid development, long-term investment and job creation.

Motor Vehicle part dealers have expressed fears of a hike in prices during the festive season, due to increasing inflationary pressures. 

The government netted 132.6 billion shillings as ordinary revenue collection during the month of July this year. 

A police officer died and two others are nursing gunshot wounds after an exchange of fire with an armed robber in Pap Onditi, Kisumu. Police are in pursuit of the suspected robber. The early morning incident left area residents in shock. Nyakach sub-county police commander Daniel Chacha said police have put in place measures to contain a rise in criminal acts in the area.

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