A letter outlining a list of requests that the Jubilee Party believes must be addressed in the continuing bipartisan negotiations will be released soon.
The demands will include criminalizing protests by election losers who, according to Sabina Chege, must now be held liable for any damage to both public and private property resulting from demonstrations.
Kalonzo Musyoka, a co-principal of Azimio, has been asked by political analyst Herman Manyora to end the continuing bipartisan negotiations with the Kenya Kwanza party.
On Friday, Manyora commanded Kalonzo to leave the Bomas center where the committee members for the negotiations were convening.
The Bomas negotiations, according to the political expert, are a trap set for the leader of the Wiper party.
Manyora recommended Kalonzo to transfer control of the Azimio faction’s conversation to Opiyo Wandayi, the minority leader.
The negotiations to break the deadlock between the government and the opposition started on August 9.
The discussions followed a wave of protests that resulted in fatalities and injuries to innocent Kenyans.
Opiyo Wandayi, the deputy delegation leader, Amina Mnyazi, Eugene Wamalwa, and Okong’o Mogeni are the other members of the Azimio team, which is being led by Kalonzo.
On the other hand, Ichung’wah is in charge of the Kenya Kwanza faction, which also includes Cecily Mbarire (deputy delegation leader), Aaron Cheruiyot, Omar Hassan Omar, and Catherine Wambilianga.
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