The National Super Alliance (NASA) has set out demands📝 it wants met by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government before they can engage in any meaningful talks ahead of the swearing-in of Raila Odinga as the People's Assembly President on Tuesday.
They told diplomats who met them at Raila's Capitol Hill offices that they were also neither interested in a coalition government nor any other form of power-sharing.
The 🇺🇸US ambassador Robert Godec and 🇬🇧UK High Commissioner Nic Hailey led the foreign diplomats while the NASA team was represented by Raila and co-principal Musalia Mudavadi, Kitutu Chache MP Richard Onyoka who represented Moses Wetangula and Governor Kivutha Kibwana who appeared for Kalonzo Musyoka.
Sources say Raila remained silent during the talks. Mudavadi 🔈said that for any talks to start Kenyatta must personally call Raila and organise for an exclusive meeting between the 2⃣ before other leaders from both sides can take part in follow up negotiations.
The new development signals a breakthrough on talks ending the political division which has happened over the past few chaotic months.
Readers may also note that this news is especially significant as it comes days before NASA's plan to swear-in Raila Odinga who pulled out of the October 26 repeat poll and maintains he won the August 8 poll🗳
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