A section of politicians allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta now want him to dialogue with opposition leader Raila Odinga.
The leaders included Narc Kenya Leader Martha Karua, former governors William Kabogo, Samuel Ragwa, ex-MPs Ndung’u Gethenji, Kabando wa Kabando, Peter Mositet and President Kenyatta’s former advisor on education Dr. Kilemi Mwiria.
Led by former Kiambu governor, William Kabogo, the leaders stated that the current state of affairs in the country could plunge the nation into chaos.
“We are so much concerned about the current state of affairs in this country. It is time Uhuru and Raila sit down and resolve the current political impasse that may plunge out country into chaos. It is only dialogue that will save us and not chest thumping,” said Kabogo.
We fear that destructive elements are inciting our security forces, the electoral agency itself and even other critical national leadership to cause havoc, violence and grandstanding that may break this country,” added the statement read by former Mukurwe-ini MP Kabando wa Kabando.
NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua on her part noted that one of the leaders should be courageous enough to call the rival saying that it is the only way the country will be peaceful after the election.
Martha Karua and Kilemi Mweria, bashed the two sons of our country’s founding fathers for creating tension in the country knowing that they would enjoy state security if war flares up.
Former Kajiado Senator Peter Ole Mositet urged the leaders to respect their previous narratives that they are not political enemies and that their political competition will not degenerate into enmity.
The jubilee allied leaders who spoke at a hotel in Nairobi called for an immediate, all-inclusive national dialogue on electoral reforms but were however, quick to clarify that they were not rooting for a caretaker or coalition government since it is not provided for in the constitution.