In the papers today, BBI politics continue to dominate the headlines. Deputy President William Ruto’s iffy stance on whether to support the constitutional reform process or not is guaranteed to shape political debate in the coming days. Meanwhile, the deadline for signature collection by the BBI Secretariat is tomorrow December 4.
Another dominant headline today is plans by the government to triple the amount of fees charged on students in public universities. The state has allowed Vice Chancellors of public universities to raise the tuition fee from Ksh16,000 to Ksh48,000.
In the ‘Business Daily’, the splash is about gambling giant SportPesa’s secret sale of its brand for Ksh14.7 million.
For a comprehensive analysis of these stories and more, join Linda Alela on ‘Morning Cafe’ on TV47. She will be joined by distinguished political analyst Isaac Wabuge.