President William Ruto’s party UDA has responded to new demands by Azimio la Umoja Coalition party leader Raila Odinga over the formation of a team akin to the 2008 National Accord to work on the opposition demands.
In a statement on Tuesday, UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala said the demand is “unreasonable” and tells the true cause of the anti-government protests that lasted for two weeks.
“Formation of any body, not legally recognised by the constitution or statute law amounts to living in utopia and broad daylight hallucination,” Malala said.
“We as a party shall not accept any process that is outside the preview of the constitution or offends the law as established.”
In his statement earlier today, the Opposition leader said the newly found government deal of a bipartisan approach may not meet the party’s demands.
He said the parliamentary process may not address all their concerns, especially matters of the high cost of living.
Raila proposed the formation of a team akin to the 2008 National Accord.
“We (Azimio) assure our people and Kenyans that our eyes are firmly on the ball, and reiterate that we shall go back to the people as the earliest sign of lack of seriousness by the other side,” he said.
He noted that the Opposition shall resume demonstrations if demands are not met.
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