— Ailing former President Mwai Kibaki still admitted to top heart hospital in South Africa, where he is ‘awake and talking’. Kenyans have united in wishing well Kibaki, who suffered stroke Saturday night and was flown there on Sunday. (Daily Nation)

— U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the country will push for peaceful 2017 elections in Kenya and will be a neutral party. (The Star)

— President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga call for unity among citizens, noting they should not let political differences divide them. The two leaders also vowed to ensure there is no violence in coming elections. (The Standard)

— Kenya Airways enters the road transport business to diversify earnings with a 10 U.S dollars bus ride from the city centre to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The shuttle buses will offer competition to taxis that charge twice the amount. (Business Daily)

— President Uhuru Kenyatta lauds athletes for exemplary performance at the Rio Olympics, but promises action on officials who mismanaged team. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana



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