The following are the news highlights in Kenyan media outlets on Sunday.
— Opposition leader Raila Odinga has summoned his party’s top organ to a meeting set for Tuesday to rally support for radical proposals to restructure the Executive.
The meeting, to take place in Naivasha, will focus on pushing for the reintroduction of the parliamentary system of government and a three-tier devolved structure that could lead to creation of 14 regional governments. (Sunday Nation)
— The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party could field Raila Odinga as presidential candidate in 2022, Senate Majority Leader James Orengo said on Saturday. Orengo said the veteran leader was still their best bet in 2022 elections. (Standard on Sunday)
— The African Road Builders 2018 named on Saturday President Uhuru Kenyatta the winner of the Trophee Babacar Ndiaye for his personal leadership in the transformation of the road network in Kenya. (The Star) Enditem