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All Tuesday 24th Newspaper Headlines Review Standard, Daily Nation, Star, People Daily, Taifa Leo.

Daily Nation: Battle Royale.

The former prime minister Raila Odinga arrived into the country on Monday from south Africa to a charged reception and delivered his bombshell on the disputed august 9 2022 presidential election.

Raila stated that his camp won’t recognize president William Ruto’s win calling for his resignation from office.

At the same time, he asked his supporters to resist the UDA regime claiming that he won the election by 2 million votes but was shortchanged by IEBC.

Responding to the opposition boss’s claims, president William Ruto accused him of stoking a political crisis in his quest for a handshake that he will not get.

However, in his speech, the azimio la umoja one Kenya alliance party leader had dismissed claims that he wants to have a handshake with Ruto.Who will blink first in this political contest?

Business daily: Ruto administration to borrow KSH 3.6 trillion on first term.

The Kenya kwanza administration is set to borrow KSH 3.6 for the next five years inorder to support its Budget.

This is despite the fact that president William Ruto had indicated that he would go slow on borrowing given the economic trouble it has caused the nation where much of the revenue goes into debt repayment.

People daily: legislators pile pressure over delayed CDF.

Members of Parliament yesterday stormed out of a meeting demanding immediate release of CDF funds.

The legislators threatened to impeach cabinet secretary for Treasury Professor Njuguna Ndungu for delaying the release of the much needed cash at a time when schools have reopened.

Star: Ruto-Gachagwa move to ground Azimio.

The president and his deputy seem committed in their quest to sink azimio ship on the mountain.

On Monday Morning, the head of state together with his deputy met with jubilee Leaders from mount Kenya region, led by EALA representative kanini kega and nominated member of Parliament Sabina Chege and held talks st statehouse.

In another disturbing story, contractors are paying up to KSH 3 million inorder to win tenders with the ministry of health.

According to a corruption watchdog, the least bribe one pays to get his way with the ministry of health is KSH 5000.

Taifa Leo: cervical cancer has now Become a great threat to kenyan women.

According to reports, the dangerous disease claims eight women per day.

And in sports, English premier league leaders arsenal silenced doubters with a win over their traditional rivals Manchester united.

In another match played yesterday, Tottenham Hotspur roared back to claim three points after beating Fulham one nill at craven cottage.

Below is the league standing after the match.

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