After the Azimio team's press conference, National Assembly Majority Leader Hon. Kimani Ichungw'a gave a statement outlining the position of the Kenya Kwanza government. They are prepared to participate in bipartisan negotiations with the Azimio coalition, according to Kimani Ichungw'a, and they have already decided to remove Eldas Member of Parliament Hon. Adan Keynan since Azimio had a problem with him.
In the press conference, Kalonzo Musyoka reaffirmed their readiness and desire to work with President William Ruto's administration to find a lasting solution to the issues the nation has been facing as a result of the ongoing demonstrations. As they believed he was one of them and that it would be a mockery to them to sit at the same table to negotiate, Kalonzo asked President William Ruto to make sure that his team dropped Adan Keynan.
Kimani Ichungw'a has praised the decision and has argued that the Kenya Kwanza government is very open to conversation and has removed Keynan to demonstrate that they are not a barrier to it.
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