Azimio has on Sunday revealed plans to withdraw from bipartisan talks if the cost of living is not dealt with by the government.
Speaking from Kajiado County, the coalition addressed the recent demolitions in Mavoko, Machakos County where they vowed to fight for the rights of the victims.
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Martha Karau noted that they will move to a Human Rights court as the demolitions not only affected the owners but also displaced children who are suffering from the orders.
The news comes at a time when a section of the controversial piece of land was once again put for sale after the demolitions. Kenyans expressed mixed reaction into the issue as they expressed zero confidence into the deal.
At the same time, the cost of living is still rising following a further rise in the cost of fuel and decline in price of the Kenyan Shilling against the US Dollar.