Good Morning Kenyans.
It is never a dull day in Kenya especially in the world of politics.
The ongoing talks between President William Ruto and Opposition leader Raila Odinga’s teams elicited mixed reactions from politicians.
A section of Kenya Kwanza politicians took the spotlight recently with each sharing their opinion on the matter.
Ruto’s man who particularly caught the eye of the media was Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro.
Nyoro remarked that the talks were nothing than a waste of time and public resources.
The vocal lawmaker further noted that Kenyans had already decided a year ago that Ruto was the man to lead the country.
The UDA MP pointed out that the main thing the government should be focusing on now is how to develop the country.
This brings us to the big questions, will the ongoing Ruto-Raila talks yield anything beneficial to Kenyans?
These are the news making headlines on the Opera News App:
Hassan Joho, Gideon Moi, Ngilu, Maina Kamanda Among Vocal Raila Allies Who Went Silent After Defeat
In the run-up to the August election, raila odinga was surrounded by a host of powerful governors and leaders drawn from Jubilee party and the orange democratic movement together with other affiliated parties who vigorously campaigned for him for the presidency.
Dialogue Team Won’t go to Ruto, Raila After Talks as Ichung’wah Says Who’ll Receive Report
The National Dialogue Committee will be reporting to the parliament once it is done with the ongoing talks, National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah has announced.
High Court Finally Responds to a Petition Challenging Ruto’s Directive on Digital Payments Platform
Hours after filing a petition at High Court seeking to challenge president William Ruto’s directive on digital payment platform, high court has finally responded.