Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has revealed that the International Community is very concerned about the current situation of the country.
Speaking on Saturday at the SKM centre, Kalonzo said that the story of peaceful demonstrations turned violent has attracted international visibility.
“The International Community is very concerned. The story of peaceful demonstration turned violent by the police, has received International visibility,” said Kalonzo.
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He was speaking following a close door with high ranking ambassadors from various embassies at his home where they agreed not to address the media at this time.
According to Kalonzo Musyoka, it does not make sense to hold talks with people who are already committing acts of genocide. He called on people to take note of what is happening at the moment.
“What sense does it make to meet with people who are already committing acts of genocide? It behoves all of us to take note of what is happening today,” he said
At the same platform, Azimio confirmed that the next round of protests will take place on Wednesday from 6am to 6pm.