AG Muturi says he is ready to advise government after Azimio, Kenya Kwanza talks
Attorney General Justin Muturi has said he is ready to advise the government after Kenya Kwanza and the Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya coalition hold talks.
Speaking at Kanyuambora secondary school in Mbeere North Sub County where he had attended the school's education day on Saturday, August 5, 2023, the Attorney General said he will stamp his judgement on the weight of the issues that will be brought to his office by the two teams.
"Let them talk, let them agree and bring the agreement to me, I will look into it well to see whether it's good or childish," he said.
Mbeere North Member of Parliament (MP) Geoffrey Kiringa Ruku who accompanied the AG urged the teams to have the talks in government facilities that will not see public resources misused.
Ruku took issue with some concerns which have been raised by the Azimio coalition
"This dialogue should be done in a public place. This issue of talks being done in hotels is unacceptable and I think we will be lying to the people, we need the talks to be done in a place where no money will be used," Ruku said.
He said the scanty resources in the country do not warrant lavish places for such discussions.
Embu senator Alexander Mundigi urged Azimio not to go back to demonstrations but to harness the opportunity they have been given to amicably address their issues.