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SAN­DRA UWERA Re­gional visa good for trade

Comesa is push­ing for a re­gional busi­ness visa to ease move­ment and pro­mote tourism. It will meet busi­ness stake­hold­ers to re­view and val­i­date the pro­posed Comesa Busi­ness Visa. Comesa Busi­ness Coun­cil CEO San­dra Uwera said the com­mon visa and mul­ti­ple en­try scheme will spur busi­ness and re­gional in­te­gra­tion. See page 15

WIL­SON KIP­SANG Won sec­ond place in marathon

Wil­son Kip­sang nar­rowly lost the Ber­lin Marathon yes­ter­day, when he came in sec­ond af­ter Ethiopia’s Ke­nenisa Bekele. Kip­sang had set an early pace, but Bekele at­tacked with two kilo­me­tres left, cross­ing the line in an of­fi­cial time of two hours, three min­utes and three sec­onds. Kip­sang could not keep up with the pace and fin­ished 11 sec­onds adrift. See page 40

JACKSON MANDAGO No apol­ogy for storm­ing var­sity

Uasin Gishu Gover­nor Jackson Mandago and North Rift MPs will not apol­o­gise for storm­ing Moi Univer­sity last week to stop act­ing VC La­ban Ayiro from tak­ing over. Mandago and the MPs have dared In­te­rior CS Joseph Nkaissery to ar­rest them, say­ing they are not tribal. Last week, they de­manded that Prof Isaac Kos­gey be in­stalled as VC. See page 30

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