— Kenyans will run the standard gauge railway once the Chinese finish its construction, the government assures, noting it is working to train on locals to get requisite skills. (Daily Nation)

— Counties in crisis after the Treasury fails to release 653 million U.S. dollars as part of their allocation from national government. Several development projects have stalled and workers have not been paid. (The Standard)

— Opposition leader Raila Odinga asks citizens to register as voters and make President Uhuru Kenyatta’s government account for its 2013 promises as it makes new ones ahead of next year’s polls. (The Star)

— Construction of Nairobi’s first double-decker highway is set to begin later this year following the signing of a financing agreement with the World Bank. (Business Daily)

— Billions of dollars allocated for road construction ends up in pockets of individuals as corruption reins in the sector, a transport summit is told. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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