President William Ruto called on leaders to prioritize unity and respect in their duties, shifting focus from past election issues to serving the people.
Speaking in Kisii County, he highlighted collaborative efforts and a common purpose to address challenges.
Ruto expressed readiness to cooperate with the Opposition while cautioning against using youth for disruptive protests.
In other news, after a one-week break, the dialogue committee is set to convene again, and there’s news of a significant development between the technical teams of the two coalitions.
As reported in Monday’s People Daily, the supporting teams for the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition and Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza have finalized a draft negotiation framework ahead of the meeting.
The committee has apparently agreed on a shared agenda, focusing on addressing challenges affecting ordinary Kenyan citizens.
Meanwhile, here is the news making headlines on Opera News Today
What Technical Team Supporting 10-Member Committee Has Agreed on Ahead of Today’s Ruto, Raila Talks
With dialogue committee expected to meet again today after a one week break, an insider has revealed a major breakthrough that has been reached between the two technical teams.
Twist as Insider Reveals What’ll Happen Before Any Meaningful Ruto, Raila’s Talks Take Place Today
Ahead of today’s much-awaited meeting between Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition and Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza’s dialogue committee, an insider has claimed what will happen before meaningful talks take place today.
Ndindi Nyoro Calls For The Termination Of The Bipartisan Talks, Here Is Why
Kiharu member of parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro who is a very close ally to president William Ruto has dismissed the ongoing bipartisan talks between Kenya Kwanza and Azimio ahead of the resuming next week.