The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party will hold its parliamentary group meeting on Thursday to deliberate on President Williams Ruto’s proposal for a Bipartisan process to resolve the grievances that led to weekly anti-government mass protests.
According to Minority Whip in the National Assembly Junet Mohammed, the Opposition will be pushing for the establishment of a Committee which will comprise 14 members, each side producing seven members who will be handling the engagement and answering directly to both President William Ruto and Raila Odinga.
On Monday, President Ruto met the Majority side in the National Assembly and Senate and reportedly instructed the teams to consider the proposal by Raila Odinga as a matter of priority.
Kimani Ichung’wah, the Majority leader in the National Assembly stated he will be meeting with the Minority side to discuss the composition of the team to be ready by the time parliament resumes from recess next Tuesday.
His Senate counterpart Aaron Cheruiyot assured Kenya Kwanza supporters that the parliamentary leadership affiliated with the party would make the right decisions in the negotiations.