Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Co Principal and Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka has said they will focus on Azimio-Kenya Kwanza bipartisan talks that will bring peace in the country amid fears of a petition in court challenging its constitutionality.
Kalonzo who was speaking on Saturday at Unoa grounds during installation ceremony of Rev. Paul Kariuki the first Bishop of Diocese of Wote said he is not afraid of the court challenge saying the those who are opposing the talks do not want peace in Kenya.
“I am not afraid of those who challenge the Bipartisan in talks, and we are waiting to see which Kenyans who do not want Kenyans to live together,” said Kalonzo.
Kalonzo who is also the Co-chairs the Bomas talks with National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah said they are expecting the Episcopal Conference of Bishops to present their views next week.
“This country needs fixing by the church and all of us, the church has a voice we will be waiting for the representative of Episcopal Conference on Monday or Tuesday to receive their opinion on how to put the country together,” noted Kalonzo.
The team was approved by the parliament to discuss the issue of high cost of living, reconstitution of electoral commission and review of boundaries. Kalonzo said all Kenyans should live together peaceably under the rule of God and the law.
Former Defence Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa said they are making good progress at Bomas urging the clergy to pray for successful talks.
“Under the leadership of our team leader Kalonzo Musyoka, I assure the country that we are on the right track despite the challenge of those opposing it in the courts and others Political platforms,” noted Wamalwa.
Issa Elanyi Chamao, Patrick Karani Ekirapa and Paul Kirui have challenged the legality and constitutionality of the committee whose formation they say contravenes various provisions of the Constitution.