Sunday, 1 June 2014
Jubilee Government is not ready to form National Unity Government in Kenya
CORD Leaders criticized the Jubilee governments hardline positions on calls for a national dialogue.
Deputy President William Ruto told off the CORD Coalition over calls for nationwide dialogue saying the Jubilee government would not be coerced into talks with the opposition. Ruto said the government does not need the opposition's help and advice on how to run it's affairs. The Jubilee Coalition was quick to dismiss CORDs calls for national dialogue with Deputy President William Ruto leading its leaders in a flat rejection of the offer for dialogue. The DP says Jubilee is not keen on a coalition government and sees no gain in partnering with an opposition that he dismissed as divisive. He challenged cord to be content with serving as an opposition and to wait for the next elections for a chance to form the government. Alex Kubasu with the details.