State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed has said President William Ruto will not get into any “unconstitutional” political agreement with Azimio leader Raila Odinga.
The state house spokesperson while addressing the press stated that a cease-fire just like the one Raila had with the former head of state in 2018 would be “impunity” that President Ruto cannot allow.
“There is the president and there is one side that is in the opposition. There are channels through which the opposition can engage the presidency and the executive through parliament and through committees of parliament,” Hussein said.
“Whatever is happening, the president will operate under the constitution, and he expects, that any Kenyan operates under the rule of law. Other than that, of course, it’s allowing impunity!” he added.
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The state house spokesperson was addressing a press conference at the National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) depot in Kisii County ahead of the President Ruto’s tour of the area.
Nonetheless, members of the clergy and several parties have urged Mr. Odinga and president Ruto to hold talks and iron out issues.
The opposition leader has called for demonstrations to compel the government to honor various issues including high cost of living, alleged discrimination in State appointments, as well as alleged lack of transparency in the country’s electoral body, IEBC.
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