— Three people shot dead, scores hurt and others arrested during Opposition Cord protests to push for reforms at the electoral agency ahead of the 2017 elections. Leaders say the protests will go on. (The Standard)

The clip of video provided by Kenyan State House shows that Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta delivers a statement after a terrorist attack at a local university in Garissa, Kenya, on April 2, 2015. Uhuru Kenyatta said Thursday security had been stepped up along the border with Somalia and appealed to Kenyans to be extra vigilant and take security measures seriously. (Xinhua)
The clip of video provided by Kenyan State House shows that Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta delivers a statement after a terrorist attack at a local university in Garissa, Kenya, on April 2, 2015. Uhuru Kenyatta said Thursday security had been stepped up along the border with Somalia and appealed to Kenyans to be extra vigilant and take security measures seriously.
(Xinhua)
— Kenya risks losing billions of U.S. dollars in tax revenue from oil production because 85 percent of the firms awarded licences have subsidiaries registered in tax havens, an Oxfam report shows. (Daily Nation)

— Kenya will not back down on its decision to close the Dadaab Camp and repatriate Somali refugees, Deputy President William Ruto told the World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey. (The Star)

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— President Uhuru Kenyatta praises the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) for maintaining high professional standards at home and internationally. KDF are in Somalia fighting the Al-Shabaab. (People Daily)

— The Central Bank of Kenya has lowered its indicative loan pricing rate by 100 basis points to 10.5 percent for the first time in nine months. (Business Daily). Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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