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Morning newspapers review January 26, 2018

The Standard Pay for 102,619 teachers miscalculated as TSC promises to clear arrears in February Over 100,000 teachers will not get their leave allowances at the end of the month

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News highlights Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja tells detractors to stop politicizing Babu Owino’s release from prison Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has slammed claims by two vocal Jubilee Party legislators that

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News highlights Court dismisses petition challenging election of Kisumu Woman Rep, Rosa Buyu The High Court has thrown out a petition challenging the election of Kisumu Woman Representative, Rosa Buyu,

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News highlights Bunge La Mwananchi lobby moves to court to stop NASA swearing in ceremony Bunge La Mwananchi a Kenya-based lobby group, is in court to stop Tuesday’s swearing-in ceremony

Newspaper summaries – January 25, 2018

Daily Nation New push to slash number of lawmakers Thirdway Alliance leader Ekuru Aukot is pushing for a constitutional change to have the number of MPs in the Senate and

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News highlights High Court upholds election of Kitui South MP Rachael Nyamai The High Court in Kitui has upheld the election of Kitui South Member of Parliament Rachael Kaki Nyamai.Justice

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News highlights Immigration Department resumes production of passports Kenya’s Immigration Department has resolved the technical hitch that affected production of passports on Tuesday evening.Director Gordon Kihalangwa said they experienced server

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News highlights Former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar withdraws petition challenging Joho’s win Former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar has applied to withdraw a petition challenging Governor Hassan Joho’s win in the

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Newspaper summaries – January 24, 2018

Daily Nation Sonko kicks boda bodas out of CBD Nairobi County government has banned boda boda riders from the city centre.According to a gazette notice published yesterday in one of

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News highlights Keter, Gakuya, Tiren and Bowen ejected as chairmen and vice-chair of their respective parliamentary committees  Members of Parliament Alfred Keter, James Gakuya, Silas Tiren and Kangogo Bowen have been