The anti-government protests led by the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya leader Raila Odinga saw several injured during the two weeks of protests. The coalition has urged State to clear the bills of the people injured during the Demos.
In a press briefing, Wiper Democratic Movement Leader Kalonzo Musyoka also called on the government to pay for the losses incurred during the demonstrations.
“We reiterate the call for the regime to immediately pay the hospital bills of all Kenyans who were injured as a result of police brutality during the recent protests and pay compensation to those who lost property,” Mr. Musyoka .
The leaders also accused the Kenya Kwanza coalition of lacking seriousness in the bipartisan talks and said they would resume their weekly demonstrations after the end of the Holy Month of Ramadhan.
Lack of seriousness in the bipartisan talks from the Kenya Kwanza coalition has led the opposition to resume the weekly protests after Ramadhan.
“Any reasonable observer of the events of the past few weeks will agree with us that Kenya Kwanza has no intention of engaging in any dialogue, let alone an honest, transparent and non-partisan one,” Said Mr. Musyoka.