Sept. 26 major Kenyan media outlets

The following are news highlights in major Kenyan media outlets on Monday.


— The government will from this week start formal negotiations with electoral commissioners to agree on their send-off package. The electoral bosses are supposed to be out of office by end of this month to pave way for a new office that will conduct elections next year. (Daily Nation)

— Opposition Cord affiliate parties reject plan to field joint candidates to fight out with ruling coalition Jubilee. The move derails quest to unite. (The Standard)

— All public schools will receive tablets by June next year, the government has assured, after a successful pilot project that saw 11,500 pupils from 150 schools receive the gadgets. (The Star)

— Low global petroleum prices helped Kenya save nearly 495 million U.S. dollars in petroleum import bills during the first half of the year despite the steep rise in consumption, latest industry statistics indicate. (Business Daily)

— A total of 2,180 people have been killed in road accidents in various parts of the country since January, according to the National Transport and Safety Authority. This represents a 25 percent increase in fatalities compared to the same period last year. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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