The top leadership of azimio coalition led by the orange democratic movement leader raila odinga are currently addressing the nation on the state of the current economy and the state of the bipartisan talks.
This coming just a few hours after the opposition leader raila odinga was denied entry to Shakaholl where he had visited a few days ago to assess the situation.
Among the leaders present include as his running mate in the August polls Martha karua together with jubilee secretary-general Jeremiah kioni and a section of members of Parliament and senators drawn from the Coalition.
The Team openly indicating their willingness to hold talks with the government through the bipartisan team which comprises 14 members from both sides who are keen on ensuring that some of the concerns raised by the opposition's are met. The team is expected to begin their talks in coming days after reaching out an agreement that dropped one of the controversial members under Jubilee party.
Watch the live event hear from Nairobi
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