Amid ongoing bipartisan talks, the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya group is determined to prevent disruption by Kenya Kwanza leaders.
These discussions primarily address post-2022 election issues. The Azimio leaders are committed but want to avoid appearing desperate.
They’ve criticized Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s negative comments, stressing that the outcomes benefit all Kenyans.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga stressed dialogue’s role in tackling challenges, while Gachagua feared Odinga’s political gains from it.
Despite Gachagua’s doubts, progress was declared by the National Dialogue Committee, with a framework agreement awaiting Senate approval before formal discussions start.
Meanwhile here is the news making headlines on Opera News Today
Ruto And Gachagua’s Fear That Has Forced Them To Spend Less Time In Their Main Offices
There is a clear proof that the duo of President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua have been spending less time in their main offices located in the capital of Nairobi especially in the recent weeks. This statement has now been backed up by Gachagua himself who has told Kenyans why this has been the case.
What Ruto Has Vowed To Do To Mumias ‘Billionaires’ Aside From Putting Them In Jail
UDA party leader President William Ruto has come out guns blazing while sending a tough message to Mumias billionaires who have been making serious claims that they bought the sugar factory.
You can’t force me to join you, Oparanya tells Ruto
ODM deputy party leader Wycliffe Oparanya has said he will not succumb to Kenya Kwanza’s pressure to join their coalition.