Corporates Kenya

People For People Call for Institutionalised Dialogue

A caucus of peace loving Kenyans going by the name people for people, has come out to call for Institutionalised Dialogue in a bid to propel Kenya forward.
Led by Samuel Nganga who is the chairman the group said it believes that dialogue shouldn’t just be between two individuals but should encompass all the relevant institutions.
Their clamour comes at a time when Azimio leader Raila Odinga has called for mass action from the 20th of March underscoring that he will lead his brigade for a March to state house to demand justice. Mr Odinga is on record saying that the August Presidential elections weren’t free and fair.
The caucus, People for People, through Mr Henry Munyori called for Azimio leader Raila Odinga to allow for one month grace period before embarking on the demos.
“We are urging him to allow us one month to put our house in order by embracing dialogue because we are all peace loving Kenyans.” Mr Munyori noted.
The caucus also pleaded with President William Ruto to honour his campaign promises chief among them being to bring the cost of living down.
Members comprising the caucus include: Mr. Samuel Ng’ang’a (Chairman), Mr. Henry Munyori, Mary Wangithi Mugo and Mr. Samuel Kiarie.

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