Newspaper Review 28th, February 2024


1. Daily Nation

Group of Schools Sees A Drop in Students

Public schools face a daunting task in accommodating a sudden surge of students from private schools. Thousands of parents are transitioning their children from expensive private schools to public institutions as hard economic times rage on. The trend exacerbates the strain on public schools, already grappling with limited resources, and challenges educators to maintain quality education despite financial constraints.

2. The Standard 

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The Unlikely Friendship

There is a lot of speculation surrounding the president and Raila’s newfound friendship. The two were in Uganda on Monday, seeking Yoweri Museveni’s support in their bid for the African Union Commission seat. This development unfolded swiftly after Ruto’s remarks in Kisumu, signalling a concerted effort to propel Raila towards Addis Ababa. The outcome of this new move remains to be seen, with critics warning Raila from trusting Ruto.

3. Taifa Leo 

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The Deal is Ripe For Raila

Reports unveil Ruto and Raila met with Yoweri Museveni in Uganda, igniting political discourse nationwide. This manoeuvre will reshape Kenya’s political terrain as the two stalwarts, historically at odds, align. Critics caution against Raila’s alignment with the president, citing distrust. The alliance’s implications loom large, stirring speculation on its strategic impact on Kenya’s political landscape.

4. People Daily 

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Kisumu Gives Ruto a Red Carpet Welcome

Despite long standing presidential disputes and years of rivalry, Ruto and Raila have seemingly reconciled, as evidenced by the president’s endorsement of Raila’s bid for the African Union Commission chairmanship. This recently established camaraderie was palpable in the Lake Region, where Raila’s supporters warmly received Ruto on a red carpet, swiftly dispelling any lingering hostility.

5. The Star 

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How The Raila-Ruto Alliance Could Shape Kenya’s Political Landscape

The potential alliance between Raila and Ruto carries profound implications for Kenya’s political terrain. Critics ponder the impending shifts, expressing unease at the prospect of losing a formidable opposition figure. The absence of a leader capable of galvanising the masses raises concerns about the nation’s democratic balance.

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