( Pictured above; Ugunja member of parliament Opiyo Wandayi during a past briefing )
National assembly minority leader Mr Opiyo Wandayi has revealed of their plans as a coalition in the ongoing push and pull at Jubilee. Wandayi says that the coalition would do everything they can to ensure that Jubilee party remains in Uhuru Kenyatta's hands.The minority leader says that the Jubilee take over is an issue that they shall not allow to happen. That the Kenya Kwanza coalition cannot sponsor a coup and expect them to just remain quiet. He adds that anytime their opponents attack Jubilee then it's also an attack to Azimio.
Sources have intimated that Azimio leader Raila Odinga will convene a meeting this Tuesday as they seek to prioritize the key issues for concern. As revealed, the coalition seeks to puta stop to what is seen as Kenya Kwanza attacking Jubilee party that us still led by Uhuru Kenyatta. Party secretary general Jeremiah Kioni has been fighting as a lone ranger and has been the only Jubilee leader in Azimio groupings. He has however managed to go head on with Kanini Kega 's group that is also seeking leadership of the party.
The Kenya Kwanza side also pointed out that they have a list of their own demands that they would love to be looked into and taken into consideration by the Azimio side. Already, the government side decided to coil down and agreed to Azimio's demand that sought to have Adan Keynan dropped from the bipartisan committee. They also gave in to Azimio's demands to maintain David Pkosing despite his party having moved to Kenya Kwanza. For no we wait to see on Azimio's priority list after the Tuesday meeting.
Via Sunday Nation
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