Kenyan
Kenyan

–Kenya’s foreign minister pledges sustained gender equality campaigns, a peaceful continent and more trade as she meets several leaders seeking support for her bid to be the African Union chairperson. (Daily Nation)

–Thousands of people affected by drought across the country wait for government help as they also grapple with wild animals that have been invading their homes in search of food. (The Standard)

–Opposition leaders sustain criticisms of President Uhuru Kenyatta for admitting that he has hit a brick wall in the fight against graft. The president Wednesday blamed key organs for the failed war on graft. (The Star)

–Kenya’s demand for power rises to 1,600 mega watts a month for the first time as companies expand their operations and more homes get connected to electricity. (Business Daily)

–President Uhuru Kenyatta frees 7,000 petty offenders from jail as he demands the Judiciary to speed up economic crimes cases, which stay in court for an average of five years. (People Daily)

Source: Xinhua/NewsGhana.com.gh

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