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Top Newspaper Headlines for December 3: Mudavadi hits out at Uhuru after endorsing Raila, attacking DP Ruto

The country’s top newspapers on Friday, December 3 widely reported on the 2022 General Elelctions which is slowly gaining momentum.

The dailies also reported that ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has hit out at President Uhuru Kenyatta for endorsing ODM leader Raila Odinga.

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People Daily

Health CAS Dr Rashid Aman announced that the government may reopen COVID-19 isolation centers should the new Omicron variant breaks out in Kenya.

Speaking recently, the CAS said the government through the Ministry of Health will introduce precautionary measures to prevent the new variant from spreading.

“It is said that some countries have locked out South Africa which went public and reported the new variant but we are monitoring the situation and have raised out guard,” Aman said.

The Star

ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has hit out at President Uhuru Kenyatta for endorsing ODM leader Raila Odinga for presidency in 2022.

The ANC party leader was against Uhuru’s campaign warning Kenyans of electing his deputy, William Ruto saying Kenyans have the right to choose their preferred leader.

“We do not want anybody, even at the lowest level, to feel intimidated when making their 2022 choices,” Mudavadi said.

The Standard

21-year-old universitye student whose bank account with KSh 102 million was frozen by the Asset Recovery Agency has gone to court to demand her money back.

Felista Njoroge argued that she has the right to enjoy the huge amount of money, further accusing ARA of witch hunt.

Felista filed an application at the High Court to allow her to withdraw the money at the Co-operative Bank of Kenya.

“I have the capacity to engage in business and develop relationships to make money. I am lawfully entitled to my funds held in my bank account since the agency obtained the sweeping orders freezing the account without asking about the source,” she said.

Taifa Leo

According to the Swahili publication, a 73-year-old man from Saboti, Trans Nzoia county has sued his son who works at the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) demanding 20% of his monthly salary.

Gideon Cherowo wants the court to compel his son Washington Chepkombe to give him 20% of his salary arguing that he sacrificed all he had to educate him.

“I pray that since the defendant has a good salary. I request for 20% of his salary, to be given to me as a father,” he stated.

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Daily Nation

According to the daily, Deputy President William Ruto is pushing for a six-piece vote in the 2022 polls.

DP Ruto has hinted at using the revamped United Democratic Alliance (UDA) as his political vehicle and wants the outfit to field candidates in all the six elective seats.

The DP wants his supporters to lock out small parties and vote for UDA aspirants as he hopes to have many members of parliament on his side.

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