Newspapers are known for getting us stories from every corner of the world. In kenya we have different newspapers which include the standard, nation, the Nairobi, the people and Taifa Leo. Today's Newspaper had got a lot of interesting topics that one is supposed to look at.
One of the interesting topic is on David Murathe a famous politician who used his influence to obtain a 4 billion tender with Kemsa. It was said that the company was registered in Chinese names but when they looked at the document Murathe appeared in them.
Another interesting topic on today's news paper is on how the UDA party which is associated with Deputy president Ruto is trying to stop it's divorce from Jubilee part and the Jubilee party said working with then is untamed.
Also we got to see how the ward representatives is asking the IEBC to give an explanation on how they sent different versions of the BBI to various counties.
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