Opposition leader pressured to recall the bi- weekly protests after Ramadhan.
Opposition leader pressured to recall the bi- weekly protests; Speaking today at Ufungamano hall where he held the Azimio la umoja baraza, Churchill a member of the civil society, stated that they are sensing lack of seriousness in the talks with Kenya kwanza.
He stated,”The people observed worrying signs of lack of seriousness from the Kenya Kwanzaregime to an honest, inclusive and credible process of national dialogue and have called on the Azimio leadership to immediately resume maandamano immediately after the end of Ramadhan.”
Among the resolutions discussed included;
High cost of living; bringing down the cost of Unga, Electricity, Fuel, and other essential commodities remained a non-negotiable demand of the people of Kenya. It must be a priority area of discussion in any negotiations.
The people also agreed that it was critical to have a credible, inclusive, independent, and participatory National Dialogue Process that will be inclusive in different shades of the opinion of the Kenyan people.
They stated,”It is a constitutional imperative to ensure the meaningful participation of the people of Kenya in the National Dialogue.”
The coalition further discussed ; values and principles of the National Dialogue framework.
They outlined,” Respect for the ethos, values, and the constitution of Kenya, including the sovereignty of the people, Supremacy of the constitution, participation of the people, respect of human rights, equality and equity, dignity, utmost good faith, commitment to finding genuine solutions to urgent problems facing the people of Kenya, stewardship, and consensus building.”