People's Assemblies suspended as Raila, Uhuru pursue pact

People's Assemblies suspended as Raila, Uhuru pursue pact

People's Assemblies suspended as Raila, Uhuru pursue pact

The government has reinstated the security detail of National Super Alliance (Nasa) leaders which had been withdrawn after the mock swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga as people's president on January 30th.

Mr. Cheembe tells QTV News via telephone that the two Kenyan leaders have not waited upon external forces for them to consider reconciling as brothers saying Zambia should emulate that bold decision exhibited by the two Kenyan leaders.

This, however, comes amidst unrest among the other coalition partners who claim they were not consulted. "Kenyans are exhausted of divisive and tribal politics and we will support our President in every decision he makes for the good of Kenyans", stated Guyo.

"As a party we assure President Kenyatta that we will work as a team in the city to ensure the progress of the capital", added Guyo.

Tough talking ODM MCAs led by Nairobi County Assembly Minority Leader Elias Otieno said their party's constitution allows their party leader to enter into agreement with any party or individual and does not have to consult anyone before entering any pact. "We will proceed to brief the organs of the constituent parties", he said.

The People's Assembly was announced in the wake of presidential election in August, and a repeat vote in October, both won by Kenyatta and both dismissed by the opposition as fraudulent.

"Our partners did not stand with us at Uhuru Park. We are therefore suspending the peoples assembly process", Ndii said in a press conference at Okoa Kenya offices. He is among the leaders who have lauded Uhuru, Raila unity.

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