Hallo and welcome to today's newspaper review.
1 the Standard- what coast leaders want from Raila.
On the top page there us a story on what coast leaders want from Raila that wasn't adressed in BBI.
The leaders have cited historical land injustices, claims of marginalisation and unemployment as the main issues proponents of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) should address.
Local leaders and residents told ODM leader Raila Odinga during his tour of the coast that BBI Bill had not clearly spelt out solutions to the squatter problem, years of economic marginalisation and youth unemployment.
In another story, teachers have proposed a Covid-19 vaccination plan to be adopted by the Government when their turn comes for the injection.
This is after the Ministry of Health listed teachers among the frontline workers lined up for the Covid-19 vaccination.
Kenya Primary School Heads Association (Kepsha) Chairman Johnson Nzioka proposed that old teachers and those with underlying conditions be given first priority.
“Kepsha has lost members to the coronavirus that has continued to ravage the education sector and the country at large with a massive and unprecedented impact on families,” said Nzioka.
He said the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) should provide a list of teachers who are in high-risk categories to get the jab first followed by head teachers.
2 Saturday nation- what the ground is telling Ruto.
The nations headline is about yesterday's By-elections in various parts of the country where supremacy battles between major parties was witnessed.
Having invested heavily in the elections the newly formed UDA party only captured one Civic seat at London Nakuru as other parties such as Ford Kenya, Amani and ODM secured their strongholds. It seems people are yet to embrace the hurstler narrative.
In another story, Uhuru continued urging Kenyans to say no to thieves who are giving false promises.
In yet another story, judge Boaz Olao In Eldoret has warned widows against a certain man who only specialises on preying on them in the guise that he would help then.
Finally there is hope in the fight against Corona as Vaccination Against the deadly disease takes off with ten people among them partrick Amoth getting Vaccinated.
3 Taifa Leo
The Swahili publication's headline is about COVID-19 Vaccine which started yesterday in Nairobi. The process will be rolled out throughout the country.
In another story, the three months old UDA party will be a force to reckon with given the oposition it posed to major old parties in the just concluded By-elections.
Former sports CS Rashid Echesa was finally arrested yesterday and will be areigned in court for slapping an IEBC officer.
4 the east African
The weekly east African's headline is on the corruption scandle in the African peace keeping Mission in Somalia where it has been revealed that books of account are shodly prepared with a lot of information gaps and inflated troop Numbers.
In another story the US senate wants Museveni to answer for violence in his country occationed during the elections.
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