Nation newspaper is an independent publisher in Kenya.

 

Its mandate is to inform, enlighten and educate the public.

 

Today’s newspaper headlines are as follows.

 

 

 

 

Can Uhuru save the day?.

 

This is the main headline today. The chief justice of the republic David Kenani Maraga adviced the president to dissolve parliament.

 

This is all because the parliament failed to enact the law about 2/3 gender rule.

 

 

The president has to choose on the best way to the Public.

 

Another headline is about the date of school Reopening.

 

Schools will resume as from 5th October 2020.

 

The students would have spent 143 days out of school.

 

There will be phased Reopening of schools where reporting will be divided into three.

 

The days will be 5th October, 12th October and 19th October.

 

The calendar shows that national exams will be done by April next year.

 

The calendar will run from June as first term to April as third term every year.

 

Another headline is about Covid-19 vaccine in kenya.

 

Kenyans will be among the countries to receive the Covid-19 vaccine next year.

 

This is due to a contract signed by the manufacturing company and the government of Kenya.

 

Trouble over Bank accounts.

 

191officers in foreign mission risk criminal trials on secret bank accounts.

 

This are the headlines in daily Nation today.

 

You can get the newspaper and read more bout this.

 

Thanks.

762 thoughts on “Today’s Nation Newspaper Headlines Review Featuring Revised School Calendar”
  1. Why is difference news being broadcast about schools reopening in the federation, some weeks ago, news said that Nigerian government said that all state holders should plan on how to reopen their various schools in their states, now another said 5rh October, which one are we to take or believe?

  2. This is non-sensical. You believe in grades, whereas most graduates, who came out with first class & second class upper can’t defend their results, because some of them cut corners.
    But,you decided to ignore graduates who did not meet up to the standard grade.
    This is really disheartening, because many graduates whom you disregarded as a results of their low grades are the ones striving hard but due to some challenges they encountered at school(e.g financial issues, failure to compromise to some lecturers seduction or tricks of taking advantage of them, health issues, etc) they end up getting low grades.