Sept. 28 major Kenyan media outlets

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


— The government starts talks Wednesday with discredited electoral commission bosses on their exit package. The officials are set to leave office by Oct. 4 to pave way for new ones ahead of next year’s polls. (Daily Nation)

— Tough economic times are eroding consumer spending and retail confidence in Kenya, and sub-Saharan Africa, research by Nielsen Holdings, a global performance management company, shows. (Business Daily)

— Police kill a top terror suspect at the Kenyan Coast accused of having links with Al-Qaida and the Jaysh Ayman militant group associated with the Al-Shabaab. The suspect is said to have been behind killings of several police officers. (The Standard)

— Children with tuberculosis will from Oct. 1 access improved drugs from 9,000 health outlets across Kenya for free, the Ministry of Health said. Kenya is the first country in the world to offer the child-friendly TB drugs. (People Daily) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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