Azimio La Umoja One Kenya party led by Raila Odinga called off their demonstrations on Wednesday just hours before the Thursday protests after appreciating the bipartisan dialogue called by the Head of State Dr William Ruto. Raila Odinga in his declaration gave the table a chance to address fully their issues raised amongst them high cost of living, reformation of the electrol body, reinstatement of Cherera four and the opening of the IEBC servers.
However, days after giving in to President Ruto's demand, Odinga and his team have been delivered with bad news about the issues raised. This is after the second in command Rigathi Gachagua openly told the Former Prime Minister that not all his demand will be addressed by the bipartisan parliamentary talk. Among the demand Gachagua revealed they won't be addressed is the opening of the servers. "They are demanding that we open the servers. The president and I do not even know where it is," Gachagua said. Therefore Azimio won't get access to the servers to establish the election truth.
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