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May 13 major news items from Kenya

The following are the news highlights in Kenyan media outlets on Sunday.

— The National Youth Service has been hit by a new 105 million U.S. dollars scandal, dealing a fresh blow to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s fight against corruption. (Daily Nation)

— Blame games spoilt the party for 28,000 university staff on Saturday after vice chancellors failed to table an anticipated counter offer, citing lack of goodwill from the unions. Unions termed the move by the vice-chancellors as a fraud, noting their strike would go on. (Standard on Sunday)

— The interest capping law has failed to achieve its key objective of increasing credit uptake by households and micro and small enterprises, the Kenya Bankers Association said. The association says the law favours the rich and large established businesses. (The Star) Enditem

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