— Government bans Opposition protests against the electoral agency and warns that those who violate the order will be severely punished.

But Opposition Cord has vowed to ignore the ban, arguing right to picket guaranteed in constitution. (Daily Nation)

— Kenya unveils its 2016/2017 budget today, with a big chunk of the 2.3 billion U.S. dollars budgeted for going to recurrent expenditure and repayment of public debts. (The Standard)

— Senate passes amended anti-doping law paving way for it to be assented to by President Uhuru Kenyatta. The World Anti-Doping Agency rejected initial law passed in April. (The Star)

New vehicle registration falls 35 percent in the four months to April, hit by a new excise tax introduced last year. (Business Daily)

Source: Xinhua


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