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All Friday 2nd Newspaper Headlines Review: Standard, Daily Nation, Star, Taifa Leo, People Daily.

Today’s mainstream newspapers have focused on yesterday’s speech by the president during the madaraka day celebrations held at Embu as Kenya turned 60 since it was given rights to self rule.

Daily Nation: Ruto this is my promise to you.

The newspaper headline focuses on the president’s speech during his first madaraka day celebrations held at Embu yesterday.

In his speech, he outlined his achievements in his eight months in office even as he made more promises to transform the economy and shape his legacy.

He also defended the controversial housing Levy saying it will deliver jobs to thousands of youths and admitted that the high cost of living was giving him sleepless nights.

Among the Pledges he made include the planned introduction of electrified motor vehicles and motorcycles to avoid over reliance on fossil fuels.

He at the same time launched another phase of hustler fund that targets groups who will be getting up to KSH 1 million.

The president used the opportunity to warn public officers engaging in corruption saying they will be on their own once cought.

In another story making headlines, suppliers owed by the government are set to be paid their money soon.

This is after the ministry of Treasury revealed of plans to table a cabinet memo in the national assembly.

Taifa leo: Sili silali nikiwaza uchumi.

The Swahili publication trains it’s guns on president William Samoei Ruto’s admission that the state of the economy gives him sleepless nights.

The head of State’s speech focused majorly on measures to solve long-term problems while he remained mum on the current problems bedeviling kenyans.

On his part, the deputy president Rigathi Gachagwa who was also present at the kenya kwanza ‘s first madaraka day event defended the controversial finance bill 2023 which is facing a lot of resistance from the opposition.

People Daily’s headline is about Ruto’s insistence about taxation saying it will create jobs.

The main headline on the Nairobian focuses a certain rogue pastor who preaches about sleeping with many partners.

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