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Laikipia insecurity: CS Matiang’i holds meeting following conflicts between ranchers and herders. Herders in private ranches illegally given seven days to drive away animals. Matiang’i says politicians inciting herders will also be arrested and charged.

DPP wants three judge bench to hear application by former CS Henry Rotich. Rotich seeking to stop prosecution over Arror and Kimwarer dams scandal.

Funding African startups: UAE baded Investera sets shop in Kenya. Investera seeking to conect start ups with funding. Firm partners with Investera Plus Africa to scout for startups. Investera to also provide investment advisory, market research.

Agony of a parent: Parents struggle to raise school fees as schools open for first term. KCPE candidate who scored 401 marks in Bungoma opts to repeat class. Diana Nyokabi was selected to join Moi Girls School in Eldoret.

The syllabus strain: Study shows teachers are concerned due to the workload this year. Teachers to cover syllabus in 9 weeks as opposed to 15. Study showed that school infrastructure has also been strained. School heads call for timely distribution of books & capitation funds.

One Kenya Alliance dilemma: One Kenya Alliance yet to be formalized months after talks began. Parties, in NASA yet to formally disengage from the coalition with ODM. KANU still has a coalition agreement with the Jubilee party.

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