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Headline: It's on! Choppers, cash, dirty tricks.
Impatient politicians could not wait for the referee's whistle, they hit the road way before the legally set date for commencement of the campaign period. With 72 days to the polls, voters can expect all manner of cajoling and wooing.
Kalonzo set to rejoin Azimio, but IEBC gives him more time.
Vinicius strikes as Real Madrid beat Liverpool in Champions League final.
The Sunday Standard.
Coast land: Who offers best plan?
Land is a hot issue for coastal residents every election cycle. Now the two leading presidential contenders in this year's election William Ruto and Raila Odinga are offering what they claim to be a comprehensive solution to the land question.
The publication states Kalonzo's single option as he returns. It also discusses Musalia Mudavadi's 70% dash for Western.
Headline: Raila, Ruto trade barbs on heated campaign trail.
They call each other liars days after National Prayer Breakfast. The two have savaged each other in whirlwind campaigns.
Headline: Gachagua achomea Ruto.
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