Azimio leader Raila Odinga has today vowed to lead another round of nationwide protests if the bipartisan committe will not solve three core issues that are part of the bipartisan discussions.
Speaking Ngong Racecourse during Jubilee Party's National Delegates Conference today, Raila said that they had given the government 30 days to ensure that the bipartisan team reach an agreement on three major issues that had been tabled for discussion.
Among the issues Raila mentioned include the solution on high cost of living in the country, opening of IEBC servers and the Freedom of political parties.
Raila claimed that the government have an interest in Jubilee Party and have been making attempts to forcefully make the party join the Kenya Kwanza wing.
He claimed that the main aim of Ruto's government in this is to return the country into a single party state and have monopoly in government so that he can make constitutional changes including extending the presidential term limits.
The seasoned opposition chief warned Ruto's wing that they only have 14 Days to go and if no desirable agreement shall have been reached on the three main issues mentioned above, then Azimio wing will waste no time in returning to the streets for protests.
"Tuliwapea mwezi Moja. Sasa imebaki siku kumi na nne... Kama siku kumi na nne itaisha tutarudi uwanjani na hatutatishwa (We gave them one month. Now it is remaining only 14 Days... If the time will elapse without solution then we will go back to the streets and we will not be threatened)," Raila announced.
The Azimio leader also said that President William Ruto should come out clear on whether he supports Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's remarks that "Kenya is a company for shareholders".
Raila claimed to that the rest of Kenyans will be forced to seek for self determination from United Nations if Ruto is in support of Rigathi's remarks.
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