Kenya Kwanza has on Friday named four technical members to assist in the talks between them and Azimio la Umoja.
Confirming the news was Majority Leader in the National Assembly Kimani Ichung’wah who named Dr Muthomi Thiankolu, Dr Linda Musumba, Nick Biketi and Dr Duncan Ojwang as members of the technical team.
“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,” said Ichung’wah
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Ichung’wah continued by saying that the four will assist in shaping the conversation and that they will remain open to ensure an open and fair dialogue with Azimio.
“This team will play a pivotal role in supporting our delegation throughout the ongoing dialogue engagement. 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,” he said
He continued by calling the Kalonzo led team to approach the talks with courage and an open mind and that their willingness to participate in the talks is not an act of them surrendering.
“We have conveyed to our delegation, and wish to communicate to all Kenyans, that engaging in sincere dialogue is not an act of surrender or weakness. Rather, it embodies strength and common sense.” said the MP