"Stop calling for dialogue, Ruto is the democratically elected President!" - Kenya Kwanza leaders to clergy

for Tv47 Digital March 26, 2023, 06:45 PM
Baringo Senator William Cheptumo does not see the need for dialogue between President William Ruto and his political namesis Raila Odinga, since he was elected by Kenyans. PHOTO/COURTESY

In Summary

  • There is a concerted effort from the clergy to have President William Ruto to hold talks with opposition leader Raila Odinga, in order to resolve the current political quagmire in the country.
  • The latter has gone on to organise weekly anti-government demonstrations, calling for the Kenya Kwanza administration to lower the cost of living, allow the opening of IEBC servers for scrutiny purposes among other issues.

A section of leaders drawn from the Kenya Kwanza Alliance has asked religious leaders to stop their calls for dialogue between President William Ruto and opposition leader Raila Odinga, saying that the former was legitimately elected by Kenyans.

Led by Baringo Senator William Cheptumo, the leaders say that the clergy should be honest about their calls for dialogue since Ruto was overwhelmingly voted for by Kenyans and Raila lost hence no basis of dialogue.

They also noted that the cost of living will not come down by Kenyans going to the streets, instead Kenyans should concentrate on how to produce food in their farms especially at the moment when many parts of the country are experiencing rainfall.

They leaders asked Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition to return to the Supreme Court if they have any issues with the last election.

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