Newspaper Review 15th, March 2024


1. Daily Nation

Kevin Kiptum’s Final 48 Hours

Get exclusive insights into the deceased’s final moment on earth before his untimely demise. The fatal crash has left the world reeling with sadness over a life cut short and a light snuffed just as it was about to blaze. The details behind Kiptum’s last 48 hours will hopefully bring closure to his grief-stricken fans and shut down conspiracies surrounding the tragedy.

2. The Standard 

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KRA in Another Hiring Debacle

Parliament has mandated an investigation into the recent recruitment at KRA, which saw 1,406 individuals hired amidst allegations of malpractice. Revelations indicate that the government tax agency dismissed 133 candidates following positive results in their pregnancy or HIV tests. The call for a thorough inquiry follows KRA Commissioner General Humphrey Waitanga’s assertion that the dismissals were due to medical reasons.

3. Taifa Leo 

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The Case of Appointment Malpractices By State Agencies

A report by the Public Service Commission decries cabinet secretaries for malpractices in their hiring processes. The move comes after Public Service Performance and Management CS, Moses Kuria, irregularly appointed Jacque Maribe, exposing the improprieties in state jobs’ hirings. The recently dismissed appointee has uncovered a controversial situation within Ruto’s administration, shedding light on 250 irregular hires involving Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Prime Cabinet Minister Musalia Mudavadi.

4. People Daily 

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KRA Under Scrutiny Over Hiring Irregularities

Barely a week after KRA’s scandal for hiring over a thousand revenue service assistants from two communities, the tax agency is now under scrutiny for terminating 133 recruits for testing positive for pregnancy or HIV. Parliament is, again, demanding an inquiry over the recent revelations.

5. The Star 

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A Catholic Priest Facing Defilement Charges

A man of the cloth was arrested today over defilement charges. The revelations have shocked the community, who trust and depend on the clergy for godly counsel.

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