Raila has remarked that the method of modifications must be transmitted to the Kenyans first before being grabbed by the parliament. Raila announces that it’s the people’s to send out their viewpoints if they are endorsing the amendments or not and the president has no treaty to adopt it without the people’s attention.
Raila also reveals he is going to examine with other Azimio leaders and the legitimate team with the people of Kenya to agree on how they will haggle with the mood. However, he added constitution is for everyone in the country, and he or she must be conscious of any alteration.
“The process of amendments must be people are driven and the amendments must chiefly center on the interest of the common Mwananchi, we will continue consultation with the leadership of Azimio and the people of Kenya to agree on how to deal with his about-turn by President Ruto,” Raila said.
President William Ruto is expected to leave the country for the United States to attend the US-Africa Leaders Summit.
In a dispatch from State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed, the summit which will run for two days will offer an opportunity for African leaders to advance their partnership with the US government.
William Ruto to make speech at US summit
According to the statement, the priority of the summit is to scale up measures that support resilience and recovery from the effects of Covid-19, and the climate crisis that has seen the continent suffer disproportionate consequences.
During the summit, Ruto will deliver a statement dubbed; “The Future of Africa’s Trade and Investment Relations with the US”
“The President will deliver a statement on “The Future of Africa’s Trade and Investment Relations with the US”, and address the summit on partnering in Agenda 2063, and specifically on A Peaceful and Secure Africa,” statementa continue to read.
Raila Odinga leaves for US
Ruto’s presence at the summit will see him, meet with his arch-rival, the Azimio leader Raila Odinga. On Saturday, December 10, the opposition leader left for the US and is expected to remain there until the Summit is done.
The Opposition leader will be attending the Summit in his capacity as the African Union High Representative for Infrastructure Development.
The ODM leader left for the US after cancelling the planned parallel Jamhuri Day celebrations saying he was invited by US President Joe Biden.
This will be the second time Ruto and the former prime minister are meeting after the hotly contested 2022 presidential election.