Raila Odinga: I am ready for dialogue with Kenyatta
The opposition leader has always been open to dialogue and even called this before the elections, said his adviser Salim Lone.
ARCHIVE: Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga (L). Photo: AFP.
JOHANNESBURG – Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga says he is ready to talk with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Odinga's adviser, Salim Lone, said in a statement that Odinga has always been open to dialogue and even called for dialogue before the elections.
Disagreements over the lack of reforms and rigging saw the election cycle of Kenya dragged from August 8 to November 28, when Kenyatta swore in after the repeated vote in October.
Raila's inauguration is scheduled for December 12.
Lone says that the inauguration was in line with the law that will be made to save Kenya from electoral injustices.