— Electoral agency officials to quit their jobs after agreeing with a parliamentary committee on poll reforms to be paid 2 million U.S. dollars. A new team will now oversee next year’s polls. (Daily Nation)

— Kenya and Ethiopia begin construction of over 1.2 billion dollars power lines that will run between the two nations to boost electricity supply. (The Standard)

— Opposition Cord says it will sponsor a law to regulate opinion polls after a pollster is accused of bias against its leader Raila Odinga. (The Star)

— Parliament approves Kenya Airways to fly directly to China via Vietnam following the signing of bilateral air services between Nairobi and Hanoi. (Business Daily)

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana


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