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Raila Told What Will Happen To Him After Accepting Dialogue With Ruto

Political analyst and economist Prof. Fred Ogola believes that the opposition alliance has already lost the discussions because Raila decided to call off his second wave of anti-government protests before his demands were met.

The protests scheduled for the following day, Thursday, April 4, had been postponed, according to Kalonzo Musyoka, the leader of the Wiper party, and Odinga, the coalition's co-principal.

After some back-and-forth about the team composition, the opposition coalition claimed that they were ready to stop their biweekly protests and pick up the suggested bipartisan negotiations they had left behind.

Azimio leaders agreed, calmed down, and allowed the talks an opportunity to resolve their grievances when the ruling side decided to drop Eldas MP Adan Keynan from their team during negotiations.

Azimio la Umoja leaders have made their demands quite clear in advance of negotiations, some of which they have claimed may be resolved informally.

The opposition alliance has demanded that certain conditions be met prior to the start of negotiations, including the restoration of subsidies to help lower living costs and holding the conversations outside of the parliament.

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