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Surprising Turn of Event After Raila's Azimio Calls Off Thursday Protests, Here is Why

In a surprising turn of events, Azimio, a political group in Kenya, has called off its planned demonstrations scheduled for Thursday.

The decision comes after their counterparts in the Kenya Kwanza coalition agreed to recuse Adan Keynan from their bipartisan talks team.

The move by Kenya Kwanza to remove Keynan from the talks team appears to have satisfied the demands of Azimio, which had been calling for his removal.

"The Kenya Kwanza camp has written to Azimio confirming that they have replaced Keynan with Saku MP Dido Raso."

Keynan, a member of parliament for Eldas, has been a controversial figure in the talks, with Azimio accusing him of being biased against their interests.

The decision to cancel the demonstrations was announced by Azimio spokesperson, who thanked Kenya Kwanza for their cooperation.

"We are pleased to announce that we will not be holding the demonstrations on Thursday as Kenya Kwanza has agreed to our demands," the spokesperson said.

The talks between Azimio and Kenya Kwanza were aimed at finding a common ground on issues affecting the country, including the economy, security, and governance. The inclusion of Keynan in the talks had been a bone of contention, with Azimio accusing him of working against their interests.

With his removal from the talks team, it is hoped that the negotiations will continue in a more amicable and productive manner, leading to positive outcomes for all Kenyans. The decision by Kenya Kwanza to accede to Azimio's demands also demonstrates the importance of compromise and dialogue in resolving political differences.

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