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Members of a bipartisan team discussion associated with the Azimio la Umoja Coalition have stated that they are unable to stop the demonstrations.

The team, under the direction of MP Otiende Amollo, stated that they were unable to complete the task at hand during a media interview on Tuesday.

"As a joint panel comprised of members from both parties, we were never tasked with discussing anything having to do with protests." "It is not up to us to decide whether or not there will be demonstrations," he said.

Otiende pointed out that the Kenya Kwanza Coalition's arguments for some of its positions were not realistic.

"You cannot take one of our players and put him back into the team, then turn around and tell us that you've taken one of our players off so that you can do something comparable." "That defies all logic," he said.

One week ago, the Kenya Kwanza bipartisan committee, presided over by President William Ruto, declared that it was willing to try to exclude Eldas MP Aden Keynan from the negotiations.

In a move that might be seen as an attempt to persuade the opposition to call off planned demonstrations, the team has said that Keynan would be withdrawn if it appeared that there would be trouble while the conversations were taking place.

Despite this, the group strongly suggested to their counterparts on Azimio that they think about removing David Pkosing from his position on the committee as well.

In addition to this, Otiende said that the Kenya Kwanza team had not removed Keynan's name from the list, and he urged Kenyans not to let themselves be deceived.

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