— Kenya grapples with fresh doping scandal in which the Team Kenya manager at the Rio Olympics was accused of asking for a bribe to protect cheating athletes. (Daily Nation)

— Ongoing process to reform the electoral laws could see President Uhuru Kenyatta’s term extended beyond the August 2017, political analysts noted. (The Standard)

— Vetting board cites corruption, drunkenness, incompetence and low staff morale as major issues affecting service delivery in Judiciary. (The Star)

— Kenyans in Canada sending money back home pay the highest charges compared to those in other countries, World Bank report showed. (Business Daily)

— Ruling coalition Jubilee wants a religious leader to be the next electoral commission boss to raise confidence in the team ahead of next year’s polls. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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