— A new opinion poll indicates President Uhuru Kenyatta would win the elections if they are called today but falls short of the 50 percent plus a candidate needs to avoid run off.

Opposition leader Raila Odinga comes second with 28 percent. (Daily Nation)

— Investigative report details the rot at the Kenya National Examination Council, with five officials identified as the ones running a cartel behind long-running exam leakages. (The Standard)

— Kenya’s national football team Harambee Stars faces sanctions after fans rioted when Guinea Bissau bundled the hosts out of AFCON qualifiers in a return leg match in Nairobi. (The Star)

— Higher Education Loans Board headed for a financial crisis as it is unable to collect 238 million U.S. dollars from past beneficiaries. (Business Daily)

— Kenya Ports Authority is set to start the construction of a new oil terminal in the coastal city of Mombasa ahead of the country’s crude oil production in June next year. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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