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Top Newspaper Headlines for November 2: Jubilee to kick out rebels, usher in Raila as partner ahead of 2022

The country’s top newspaper on Tuesday, November 2 reported on Jubilee Party’s new move to kick out some members and ratify its’s coalition with the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).

The dailies also reported that a High Court in Eldoret had extended the voter registration process which was set to end today by a week.

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People Daily

A High Court in Eldoret has extended the voter registration process by a week.

In his ruling,Justice Eric Ogolla barred Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) from concluding the process until a petition filed by activist Paul Cherono is heard next week Thursday.

While launching the process on October 4, the commission saif it was targeting to register up to six million new voters in four weeks.

However, a periodic statement released last week by chairman Wafula Chebukati showed that IEBC has registered 800,462 voters by the third week.

Daily Nation

According to the daily, Jubilee Party is set to hold it’s National Delegates Conference (NDC) at the end of this month.

Speaking on the meeting, Jubilee Secretary-General Raphael Tuju said the political break up between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto is set to happen.

On the other hand, ODM leader Raila Odinga will be ushered into the party as a partner ahead of 2022 polls.

During the meeting, the party will also kick out renegade members, especially those allied to DP Ruto from various party positions.

The Star

Kenya’s environmental advocate Elizabeth Wathuti has challenged world leaders to act on climate change that continue to her worse as the days goes by.

Wathuti argued that children and young people are waiting for them to take action, noting that millions of Kenyans are facing climate-related starvation due to the inaction by governments across the world.

The environmentalist was speaking on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference on Monday, November 1.

The Star

The Court of Appeal has temporarily suspended the High Court order directing President Uhuru Kenyatta to appoint the six judges he had rejected.

Justices Roselyn Nambuye, Imaana Laibuta and Wanjiru Karanja, directed the status quo until November 19, when they ruled on the six judges’ High Court orders.

The decision was reached after the judges heard arguments from the Attorney General, Uhuru and the Katiba Institute and consolidated two appeals filed by Uhuru and the Attorney General challenging the High Court order.

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The Standard

DP William Ruto and a section of his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) allies have dismissed Interior CS Fred Matiang’i’s declaration that he will support ODM leader Raila Odinga in the coming elections.

Addressing locals along the Sotik-Keroka Road, the DP dismissed CS Matiang’i’s declaration expressing confidence that he would form the next government.

He took a swipe at Raila, and the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals, who he said lacked a plan for the country.

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