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The Standard is one of the largest newspapers in Kenya with a 48% market share. It is the oldest newspaper in the country and is owned by The Standard Group, which also runs the Kenya Television Network (KTN), Radio Maisha, The Nairobian (a weekly tabloid), KTN News and Standard Digital which is its online platform.
its website uses only The Standard term. According to this source  it changed its name to The East African Standard in 1995 (or later). I've been reading their website for years and the name has been reverted to The Standard fairly recently (AFAIK). Hence the domain name. Julius Sahara 08:31, 5 March 2006 (UTC) [ reply]
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. 
The Kenya African National Union, which had ruled the country from independence until 2002 was reduced to being the fourth-largest party with only 15 seats. Only 71 of the 190 sitting MPs were re-elected, twenty ministers lost their seats and a record 15 female MPs were elected. 
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 ...
The East African shilling was introduced to Kenya, Tanganyika, and Uganda in 1921, replacing the short-lived East African florin at a rate of 2 shillings to 1 florin. The florin had been introduced because of increasing silver prices after World War I. At that time, the Indian rupee was the currency of the British East African states.
Arthur Moody Awori (born 5 December 1928), known as "Uncle Moody", is a former Kenyan politician who served as the ninth Vice President of Kenya from 25 September 2003  to 9 January 2008.  He is also the author of Riding on a Tiger, an autobiography about his life in politics. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Politics 3 Anglo Leasing Scandal