The following are news highlights in Kenya’s major media outlets on Sunday.

— Secondary schools are grappling with congestion as the government implements the 100 percent transition policy.


A recent survey by the Sunday Nation established that most principals have converted dispensaries, laboratories, stores, libraries and disused buildings into classrooms and dormitories to cope with the huge number of students. (Sunday Nation)

— It can be either by design or by default, but Raila Odinga’s political maneuvers have over the years confounded friend and foe. For yet another moment in his career, events of the past six months have added another interesting chapter in the highlights reel of his political career.

This time last year, Odinga’s political influence looked to be waning and pretenders to his throne thought for a moment that there existed a vacuum on the throne of opposition politics. (Sunday Standard) Enditem


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