Political tension remains high in the country as fresh details keep coming up. A lot is actually happening across the country as Kenyans wait to see what is going to happen next week where the bi-Partisan talks are expected to resume immediately. During this moment, Rigathi Gachagua has warned those MPs who have been chosen to avoid talking about the servers.
This is what seems to be he is avoiding them from dragging the story of past elections into serious matters. This happens as Raila keeps crying over the opening of servers so that he can get to know who was the true winner of past elections. It is very sure that the MPs won't stop standing with Raila in the race to seek justice.
We are very hopeful the bipartisan talks will end peacefully. The good thing is that Raila said that he is not interested in anything to do with power sharing.
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