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Francis Atwoli Tells Odinga To Do This After His Team Called Off Bipartisan Dialogue

Azimio leaders Raila Odinga, Martha Karua, Kalonzo Musyoka and Eugene Wamalwa gave Kenya Kwanza an ultimum of six days to address the issues raised by their team in the dialogue between the two. The team threatened to take a new move if Ruto will fail to adhere to their demand. With protest being part of the move, COTU secretary Francis Atwoli has asked Raila Odinga to face President William Ruto in person to solve this political situation between the two sides. Atwoli has said that the two should scrap bipartisan dialogue and rather face each other.

Raila Odinga's team in bipartisan dialogue between Azimio and Kenya Kwanza side led by senator Edwin Sifuna pulled out of the table over disagreement on key issues tabled by the opposition. Odinga's men announced suspension of the dialogue after Ruto's allies refused their demand on servers, reformation of IEBC and cost of unga as stated by Sifuna. Do you think the these two leaders should just meet to end this situation in the country.

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