Sept. 6 major Kenyan media outlets

— Fear of economic competition among countries in the East Africa Community is one of the major barriers delaying integration, a parliamentary committee has said. Members of the National Assembly committee on regional integration say countries need to address the differences. (Daily Nation)

— Opposition coalition considering consensus to pick its presidential flagbearer ahead of next year’s polls to avoid a fallout that may be caused by other methods. (The Standard)

— Kenya will not achieve its global education goals by 2030, Unesco’s Global Education Monitoring Report has said. The country is among those in the continent that will achieve their goals 70 years later than the 2030 deadline. (The Star)

— Foreigners may be appointed to serve in Kenya’s electoral commission after MPs approved the Elections Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2016, which removes the requirement that commissioners be Kenyans. (Business Daily)

— Big blow to farmers after Somalia bans miraa from Kenya with effect from Tuesday. The Somalia government gave no reason for the ban or indicated when it will end. (People Daily) Enditem

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Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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