Kenya Kwanza Coalition has unveiled members of its dialogue technical team.
In a statement, the Kenya Kwanza dialogue team leader Kimani Ichung’wah said they came up with the names following an agreement with Azimio Coalition during the inaugural meeting on August 7.
“Following the inaugural dialogue meeting with the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance held on Monday 7th August 2023, and based on the agreement to establish technical teams to support the process, Kenya Kwanza has appointed the following to its technical team” The statement reads in part.
The technical team includes Dr Muthomi Thiankolu, Dr Linda Musumba, Nick Biketi and Dr Duncan Ojwang.
According to National Assembly Majority leader Kimani Ichung’wah, the technical team will support the Kenya Kwanza delegation throughout the bipartisan talks.
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“This team will play a pivotal role in supporting our delegation throughout the ongoing dialogue engagement.” He stated.
Furthermore, Ichung’wah noted that their expertise will be of high value in shaping the conversation.
Kenya Kwanza remains firmly committed to open and productive dialogue and reaffirms that we will engage in the talks with utmost good faith and firm commitment to our Constitution and the Laws of Kenya.
Azimio Technical Team
Moreover, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition on August 8 unveiled its technical and legal team led by Jeremiah Kioni.
While speaking during a press briefing, Azimio leader Raila Odinga noted that the technical team would support the delegation to the dialogue.
“Consequently, we have settled on Hon. Jeremiah Kioni, the Secretary General of the Jubilee Party, to head the Legal and Technical team to the talks,” Raila said.
Other members of the Azimio technical team include Dr. Adams Oloo, Zein Abubakar and Isabel Githinji.
“We have tasked our delegation and our technical teams, under the able leadership of H.E. Kalonzo and Kioni to go to these talks with courage and open minds. It takes courage and open minds to establish common ground in situations of dispute,” he added.