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Mudavadi claims Uhuru undermining dialogue report

Musalia Mudavadi calls on former president Uhuru Kenyatta to accept the outcome of the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) report.

Prime Cabinet Secretary and Foreign Affairs Minister Musalia Mudavadi has accused Jubilee Party, under the leadership of former President Uhuru Kenyatta, of derailing the report from the National Dialogu Committee (NADCO). 

Speaking in Makueni County during the Thanksgiving Ceremony of Devolution PS Terry Mbaika, Mudavadi questioned Jubilee Party’s hesitance in accepting the NADCO report that has been approved by Kalonzo Musyoka and Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah.

“If Kalonzo and Ichung’wah, the chairs of NADCO have approved the report, then it is Jubilee that is bringing complications among the Azimio coalition. Why is it that Uhuru Kenyatta and his team do not want to respect the results? What is the double game here?” Mudavadi posed. 

The Prime CS termed the resolutions in the NADCO report as a solution to various challenges facing the country, and one that will ensure peace in the country. 

“Let us respect that due process. The report will be tabled in parliament and they will give us directions,” he added. 

Advocating for transparency and open dialogue, he emphasized the importance of understanding and accepting the findings for the collective political future.

Recent reports have indicated that the former Head of State is not in approval of the report that was released after the end of bipartisan talks on November 29, 2023. 

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Uhuru’s dissatisfaction has been seen to be the reason for dissent among Azimio members, who have since been split over the NADCO report. 

The Uhuru Jubilee Party faction led by Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni had expressed reservations about the NADCO report and strongly opposed the outcome.

According to the party, the report outcome did not address the concerns of the local citizens, among them the cost of living.

Addressing the press on November 30, Kioni criticized the report for addressing political interest issues and failing to address the pressing issues facing Kenya.

Furthermore, he raised brows at the creation of the prime minister’s position as well as the Office of the Leader of Opposition as captured in the report.

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