Democratic Action Party Kenya (DAP-K) party leader Eugene Wamalwa has rejected the final report by the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO).
Speaking on Sunday, the former CS noted that the report does not address important issues raised by Kenyans among them the high cost of living.
It is due to the above reasons that Eugene noted that signing the report will be the biggest betrayal to Kenyans.
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“Informed Kenyans at Tingolo Catholic Church that l didn’t & will not append my signature to the NADCO report,& have not &will not accept any sitting allowance for the same because l believe we did not do justice to the single most important issue to Kenyans i.e cost of living .” he said
His statement was also seconded by Hon. Martha Karua who said that the report does not only address the cost of living but also electoral justice and multiparty democracy in the country.
“Any purported agreement that does not immediately impact on cost of living , electoral justice and respect for multiparty democracy is a fraud on the people and must be rejected.” said Karua
The statement by the two leaders inside Azimio coalition comes at a time when President William Ruto welcomed the final report especially on the issue of cost cutting the budget to 30 percent.