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Details of Raila’s, meeting with Atwoli and Murathe over the weekend

Central Organization of Trade Union (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli over the weekend hosted Hon. Junet Mohammed, Hon. Emmanuel Wangwe, Hon. Gideon Moi, Rt Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga, Hon. David Murathe and Hon. James Orengo at his IIdamat home in Kajiado County.

The leaders met at a closed-door meeting to discuss the way forward on how to tackle the BBI issues after the process has been kick-started.

This is after the pro-BBI leaders made it clear that the BBI had hit the road running and there was no room for anyone who was not on board already.

This is after the section of leaders had failed to give the church clergy a listening ear by integrating their thoughts and suggestions in the document.

Led by former Prime Minister and ODM leader Raila Odinga, the leaders said that there was nothing that was going to be added to the document, adding that everyone should just prepare themselves to go to the ballot.

The AU special envoy added that they gave a two-year window period which everyone was aware of to present their views for integration, hence nothing more to be added now.

His words have however not gone down so well with the members of the Tanga Tanga faction who harbor a feeling that they don’t really understand the church clergy.

Their yesterday meeting was brokered by the COTU boss who has been known for his integral role in the whole process.

To help the document see the light of the day, urged the ODM leader and President Kenyatta to bring the document to the people so that they could pass it quickly.

Others present at the meeting were, Hon. Junet Mohammed, Hon. Emmanuel Wangwe, Hon. Gideon Moi, Rt Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga, Hon. David Murathe and Hon. James Orengo.

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