The midnight deadline from the Azimio la Umoja Coalition has been lifted. The AZIMIO la Umoja Coalition has reportedly stated that they are prepared to engage in bipartisan negotiations, according to a news story that has been supplied by a dependable source of information.
In the meantime, former president Uhuru Kenyatta has come under fire from Kenya’s vice president, Honorable Rigathi, for reportedly wanting to revive the Mungiki gang.
According to a news report that was passed along by a trustworthy source of information, the deputy president of Kenya revealed that the former president of Kenya was attempting to revive the gang in order to make the nation unruly while speaking about Mungiki.
On the other hand, the members of AZIMIO la Umoja Coalition have asserted that Maina Njenga, the former boss of Mungiki, is being targeted by the government because he backs the coalition.
The leader of the Narc Party, Martha Karua, alleged that the government was targeting Raila Odinga’s followers.