Sept. 13 major Kenyan media outlets

The following are news highlights of leading Kenyan media outlets on Tuesday.


— Report reveals South Sudanese politicians and their families have accrued plenty of wealth stashed in Kenyan banks as citizens continue to die due to persistent war and hunger. (Daily Nation)

— Police arrest three suspects, all refugees from Somalia, following a botched terror attack at Mombasa Central Police Station on Sunday. The suspects are believed to have been living together with the three women who were gunned down during the attack as details emerge that terrorists are changing tact by using women. (The Standard)

— President Uhuru Kenyatta has advised Opposition leaders to step aside to give way to a new generation of leaders. The president said the leaders have been on the political scene for years and should allow others to lead. (The Star)

— Financial analysts say time is ripe for Kenya to access cheap dollar debt on the international market after Ghana issued a 750 million dollars Eurobond last Thursday at a yield of 9.25 percent. (Business Daily)

— British Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her country’s commitment to have a close working relationship with Kenya in trade and investment, defence and counter-terrorism. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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