N.A Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi [Photo: Wandayi-Twitter]
Azimio la Umoja–One Kenya Coalition Party has announced plans to hold two more consultative forums in the coming weeks.
This is according to National Assembly Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi, who says the forums will be used to deliberate on how to push President William Ruto’s administration to address the challenges Kenyans are facing.
In a statement, Wandayi says one of the People’s Baraza is set to take place on Sunday 5th of February 2023 at Kamukunji grounds in Kibra, Nairobi.
It will be followed by another on Friday 10th of February in Mavoko, Machakos County.
“We wish to inform our supporters, the general public and all Kenyans who feel for our country that our People’s Baraza are set to continue this week and the weeks that follow. We appeal to the public to attend these barazas and deliberate on the critical challenges facing our country. The cost of living is up and still rising but the government is doing nothing about it,” said Wandayi.
This comes after a similar meeting was held at Jacaranda, Nairobi on Sunday.
According Azimio leader Raila Odinga, the coalition will also use the forums to push the government to engage them on how best to constitute the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
This comes after an alleged Whistleblower’s report recently released claimed that Raila Odinga won the 9th of August 2022 presidential election, with 58 percent against Ruto’s 42 percent – contrary to Odinga’s 49 percent against Ruto’s 50 percent released by IEBC.
“We demand that the Kenya Kwanza government resigns immediately. There can be no peace without electoral justice. The election outcome must be respected and that’s why we are saying Ruto must go,” he said.
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