Kiambu residents have protested former county governor William Kabogo and other Mount Kenya leader’s statement that president Uhuru and his main rival Raila Odinga should hold a dialogue to arrest the current political stalemate.
President Uhuru’s has maintained his stand that dialogue over the presidential election stalemate will only be held at the ballot during the presidential elections slated for October 26.
Speaking during his vote hunt tour in Nyeri on Sunday, the presidents dismissed calls to have dialogue calling on Raila to meet him at the ballot where he said Kenyans will decide their president.
Kiambu residents and leaders who spoke to press expressed a similar opinion with the president arguing that they were ready for polls.
Led by Thika town MP Patrick Wainaina alias Wajungle, the residents said that NASA was defied the constitutional institutions including the supreme court ruling that ordered for fresh elections in 60 days.
“Those are their views and the constitution allows them to express themselves. The leaders however did not express the wishes if the electorates because its the wish of every Kenyan to have elections on October 26,” said the legislator.
“There is not time to dialogue when Kenyans a date to express their democratic right on October 26. I urge Kenyans to be vigilant and as Jubilee, we’ll not allow any calls for dialogue when the court ordered a fresh elections to be held,” he added.