NASA co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka has called for an all-inclusive dialogue with President Uhuru Kenyatta and other NASA principals. NASA leader Raila Odinga met President Kenyatta on Friday last week where they agreed to pursue the target of peace and uniting the nation, and Kalonzo has reiterated that it will be better if other principals get to sit down and talk with the President. “We believe in constructive dialogue, and maybe Wetangula, Mudavadi and I we’ll agree to have separate talks with President Kenyatta to get the firsthand side of his views,” he said.
Speaking in Machakos after meeting with elders and church leaders, Kalonzo said his stance has always been in support of dialogue, all that stood as an infringement was the date, “When I jetted back from Germany, my view was that we should have a dialogue. The choice that was yet to be made was when the dialogue was to take place, before or after 30th January,” he said.
He noted that President Kenyatta had left the country on an official trip to Cuba on Tuesday, but maintained that the option of the dialogue remains open, “When he comes back we’ll meet him. If he is open to the suggestion it’s fine, if he isn’t willing then we won’t force him,” he said.