Co-chair of the Azimio la Umoja ad-hoc team Otiende Amollo has disclosed the coalition has enlisted three more members into their list of leaders to battle it out at the boardroom with the Kenya Kwanza team.
Otiende said to show commitment to the peace talks, they have developed a number of guidelines to govern the talks. To bolster the strength of their team, Azimio la Umoja enlisted Jubilee Party’s embattled Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni and lawyer Makau Mutua.
Advocate Paul Mwangi was also included in the team as the joint secretary to the ad-hoc committee.
The team accused their counterpart of derailing the talks claiming they delayed in naming their team and a co-chair for contact with the Opposition.
To further demonstrate their commitment they announced that they have prepared a draft framework of engagement to guide the process and await to engage on the same with the Ruto team.
Former presidential candidate David Waihiga Mwaure asked to be included in the bi-partisan talks that have been championed by President William Ruto and opposition leader Raila Odinga.
The preacher-turned-politician, via a press release sent to newsrooms and seen by TUKO.co.ke, commended Ruto and Raila for coming together for the sake of creating a peaceful nation after a week of protests. Mwaure now wants all former presidential candidates to be included in any talks meant to address the high cost of living and issues raised by the Azimio La Umoja One Coalition.