The Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has made it clear that, the Bi-partisan talks after a one week recess to allow members to attend the successful African Climate Summit. The Wiper leader is clear that, the African Climate Summit was Landmark and Kenya presented it’s position to the World strongly.
The Wiper leader is also clear that, they have received a number of memorandums from various organizations that have been keenly following issues around the Bi-partisan talks. He is confident that, the talks at the Bomas of Kenya will be successful and more so unite the country.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/skmusyoka/status/1701174599545667994?t=IUt5cjKY9aiQHtkgWKcEHQ&s=19
The meeting of the Bi-partisan talks comes amidst reports that Azimio leaders have threatened to boycott the talks and chart a new path. Section of Azimio leaders are clear that, the talks are slow and they do not want to waste time.
However, the people of Kenya are waiting eagerly for the talks in Bomas to conclude so that Kenya is able to know of the way forward. The fact of the matter is that, we do not have another country and that’s why all leaders must work together in order to create cohesiveness.
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