Kenya Newspapers headlines on 25th June 2021 are dominated by Political news following Deputy President Interview yesterday with Ktn news & Nasa Principals attending Jakoyo Midiwo burial. The Star Headlines states that Raila (ODM Leader), Kalonzo (Wiper Boss) & Mudavadi (ANC Leader) talk of Nasa revival during the Jakoyo Midiwo Burial ceremony. Other headlines on the star include: Judges who will decide the fate of BBI named, Sonko Blow as court upholds his ouster & KDF helicopter tragedy. The Peoples Daily newspaper headline today is Air Force Tragedy where a plane crushed with 12 soldiers in board.
The Standard newspaper headline is I am done, Ruto Says of Jubileee & WRC safari rally return to Kenya since 2002. The Daily Nation headline today is What Went Wrong? a story focusing on Uhuru Kenyatta administration & the curent Jubilee Party wrangles. President Uhuru Kenyatta is pictured in the front page of Daily Nation commissioning the WRC safari rally, Kenya 2021 Edition.
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