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The Star is a daily newspaper published in Nairobi, Kenya. It was launched in July 2007 as the Nairobi Star and later rebranded as The Star in 2009. The Star' s circulation was around 15,000–20,000 in 2010 (against total Kenyan newspaper circulation in 2010 of around 320,000), compared to 5,000–8,000 in 2007. 
2017 Kenyan general election. General elections were held in Kenya on 8 August 2017 to elect the President, members of the National Assembly and Senate.  They coincided with the 2017 Kenyan local elections which elected Governors and representatives in the devolved governments. The published results showed that incumbent President Uhuru ...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Kenya Times was an English-language newspaper published in Kenya published from 1983 to 2010. It was first published on 5 April 1983 and was founded by KANU, at that time the only legal political party in Kenya. The paper was originally known as The Nairobi Times.
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General elections are scheduled to be held in Kenya on 9 August 2022. Voters will elect the President, members of the National Assembly and Senate, county governors and members of the 47 county assemblies. Contents 1 Background 2 Electoral system 3 Presidential candidates 3.1 Independent candidates 3.2 Declined 4 Campaign 5 Opinion polls
There are two independent national daily newspapers, the Daily Nation, The Standard, and two daily free newspapers, X News, and The People Daily. There are also two specialised daily papers, Business Daily and The Star, and one weekly paper, The East African, which is published in Nairobi, Dar es Salaam and Kampala. 
During the first four months of 2020, Kenya produced 193,532 tonnes (213,333 tons) of crystalline sugar and imported another 184,677 tonnes (203,572 tons) to cover the production deficit, according to the Kenya Sugar Directorate.  The table below shows the eight largest sugar manufacturers in the country during the first four months of 2020.