Azimio allied leaders dismiss bi-partisan talks as 'waste of time'

Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua and Jubilee Party Secretary-General Jeremiah Kioni. | PHOTOS: @MarthaKarua, @HonKioni/X

A section of leaders drawn from the Mount Kenya region allied to the Azimio coalition have poured cold water on the ongoing bipartisan talks terming it as a waste of time and a diversionary move to issues affecting Kenyans.

Speaking in Kiambu County after launching the Kamwene Kiambu chapter, the politicians led by Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua maintained their earlier position that the cost of living was an irreducible minimum if they were to give the final report their approval.

The leaders vowed to unite all leaders and speak in one voice inviting Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua to the forum to champion the Mount Kenya interests in the Kenya Kwanza administration.

Karua insisted that President William Ruto should stop governing with threats, insisting that Azimio will continue to insist on the opening of  IEBC servers to validate Ruto's victory. 

Also present was Jubilee Party’s Jeremiah Kioni, former Laikipia Governor Nderitu, George Maara and other leaders from Mt Kenya region who vowed to unite all leaders from the region.

They welcomed Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua to the forum for proper negotiation in the Kenya Kwanza government for the region.


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