The following are news in Kenyan media outlets on Sunday.

— Kenya’s opposition leaders coalescing under the National Super Alliance will this week amend a pact they signed and deposited with the Registrar of Political Parties after affiliate parties made some concessions on the formula of conducting primaries.

This would happen as it emerged that the four political party leaders had inched closer to agreeing on who among them would fight it out with President Uhuru Kenyatta in August 8 polls, with their decision to be made public soon. (Sunday Nation)

— Kenya’s ruling party Jubilee leaders conceded that dissolution of smaller parties to form a single outfit was ill-advised and untimely. Several aspirants have defected from the party to join smaller ones that are gaining ground in Jubilee strongholds. (Sunday Standard)

— President Uhuru Kenyatta told politicians to practice what they preach on good governance and transparency to help the country fight corruption. (The Star) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/

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