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Review of All Top Stories In The Sunday Nation 14th May


Masters of Doublespeak

The Sunday Nation has featured various stories touching on Kenyans,from politics, economy to sports.

The headline which is the main story has featured various top government officials from president William Ruto,Prime Cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi,economic advisor of the president David Ndii,defence cabinet secretary Aden Duale,Kikuyu member of parliament Kimani Ichungwah to Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro.The Nation has said that the six are masters of double speak.

The Nation says that the six have changed positions and things they believed earlier in relation to issue of the economy and the finance bill 2023 that they are in support of and president Ruto is leading the pack urging MPs allied to him to vote for it once it is taken to parliament.The Sunday Nation says that the present opinions of the six shows a very dramatic turn as they support the finance bill 2023.

Another story featured on the Sunday Nation states that there is an alarm on issues to deal with health as hospitals which are critical in handling the welfare of Kenyans are lacking life saving drugs.It reports that at least 90% of common drugs such as antibiotics,painkillers and other inexpensive drugs that are very common are out of stock.

There was another health scare Mukumu gilts high school in western Kenya as 11 students were rushed to hospital battling some illness just weeks after the school was closed indefinitely after various students and staff were taken ill after suffering food poisoning.The 11 students were hospitalised.

President William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga attended the burial of Mukami Kimathi in Nyandarua county.The two clashed on various issues during their speeches including the latest finance bill 2023 that president Ruto is vouching for.

On matters of sports, 100m runner Ferdinand Omanyala on Saturday won the Kip Keino 100m race with a personal best of 9.84s.He emerged victorious beating various renown athletes.He has set the bar high as Africa’s fastest runner.

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