— Police use teargas and water cannons on Monday to break up protests by Opposition Cord supporters to force out the leadership of the electoral agency before the 2017 elections. Opposition leaders have vowed to continue with protests next Monday. (Daily Nation)

— Kenya insists that it will not change its stand on the closure of refugee camps, noting they have become a haven for terrorists and a huge financial burden. (The Standard)

— The International Criminal Court is investigating seven Kenyans, including a Cabinet Secretary, for alleged witness interference in the collapsed cases against President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto. (The Star)

— Kenyan authorities have detained an African Union (AU) diplomat for non-settlement of 36,000 U.S. dollars incurred during a 2012 conference he organized at a hotel in Nairobi. (Business Daily)

— Government revives the national youth empowerment programme that was suspended last year following massive corruption that saw a Cabinet Secretary resign. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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