Oct. 19 major Kenyan media outlets


— President Uhuru Kenyatta dismisses claims by Opposition politicians that money from Eurobond was embezzled and faults institutions tasked with fighting corruption for sleeping on the job. (Daily Nation)

— Somali pirates are holding at least five Kenyans and nationals of other countries for ransom, United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon revealed. (The Star)

— The Meteorological Department asks Kenyans to brace for a longer dry spell as millions of people may face starvation, especially in the coastal and northern parts. (The Standard)

— Troubled national carrier Kenya Airways officials meet today to chart a new path for the airline after a strike called by pilots’ association was suspended. (People Daily)

— Kenya is poised to enter a new mobile money economy revolution, judging by the steady rise in cashless transactions for goods and services, a new study says. (Business Daily) Enditem

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