Nairobi ODM MCA’s back Uhuru ,Raila dialogue deal

President Uhuru Kenyatta andRaila Odinga meet at Harambee House on 9th March 2018 paving way for the Building Bridges Initiative.Youth leaders have urged Kenyans to read and understand the BBI report PHOTO: FILE

Nairobi,KENYA:Three days after president Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga revealed that they had decided to hold national dialogue,  NASA politicians have mixed reactions over the move.

In the latest development  Orange Democratic Movement ODM’s  Nairobi MCA’s have been the latest to welcome the move.

In a press briefing in Nairobi, the MCAs lead by minority leader  Elius Okumu affirmed  their support to  their party leader Hon. Raila Odinga saying he is mandated by party constitution to enter into any agreements with whoever he feels will help  the party aspirations and ideologies realized.

“We the Nairobi County Assembly ODM MCAs do affirm He Rt.Hon Raila Amolo Odinga our party leader to give our unconditional support.” Said Okumu.

Okumu added that, both leaders  have exhibited exemplary leadership by reconciling for the interest of the Republic of Kenya.

The minority leader who is also Kitengela MCA, cautioned on the opportunistic mindsets that always wish to ride on confusion and unnecessary tribulation of the people as a country.

“As we say this we must at all times appreciate our part leader for their discussion and subsequent handshake of both leaders in an open, transparent, at daytime at the glare of the cameras when all Kenyans and entire world is a wake, as compared to others” He added.

The MCAs also urged other politicians who mean well for the other Kenyans to join and support the project of uniting Kenyans to foster developments.

This comes just hours after it emerged that the government had restored  Raila Odinga’s security  and that of NASA members of parliament which had earlier been withdrawn.