Kenya Kwanza camp is set to unveil its seven-member team ahead of the bipartisan talks scheduled for Tuesday.
The camp aims to negotiate and reach resolutions that will determine the certainty of Azimio’s mass action demonstrations.
However, a leaked report covered by Monday’s Standard publication reveals that the Kenya Kwanza leaders may not be willing to broaden the bipartisan talks, as demanded by some Mt. Kenya leaders.
In the report, Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru, a close ally of President William Ruto, notes that broadening the talks might complicate the negotiation process and delay the resolutions.
“The question is how and when we should address it, either through the legislative process, and if that fails, then consider an alternative mechanism,” she said.
The refusal by the Kenya Kwanza camp to broaden the bipartisan talks has raised concerns among some Mt Kenya leaders.
A section of the leaders led by Mwangi Kiunjuri and Betty Maina is calling for the talks to be broadened to address several issues facing Kenyans and the country as a whole.
The parliamentary group meeting, which is set to take place in a few days, is expected to be graced by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and some of the Kenya Kwanza leaders in the National Assembly and the Senate.
The negotiations are crucial, as they will determine the certainty of Azimio’s mass action demonstrations and how the issues facing Kenyans will be addressed.
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