2017 the best time for national dialogue, MP tells CORD
20 January 2015, 08:36
Nakuru - Bahati Member of Parliament, Kimani Ngunjiri, has told the Cord coalition to wait until 2017 if they want to have a national dialogue.
Speaking at Nakuru town, Ngunjiri said that the opposition should stop disturbing the government with demands for dialogue, saying the best time to have dialogue is 2017 when each and every leader will have an opportunity to dialogue with the electorate.
He said there was no time for dialogue, adding that the government was too busy implementing development projects in the country.
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“The best time to hold dialogue is during the election time when the government and opposition will have time to dialogue with Kenyans while seeking for their votes,” said Ngunjiri, asking whether dialogue was more important than what the government was doing.
“Between development and dialogue, which one is important? The opposition must allow the government to work and let Kenyans make the judgment in 2017,” he added.
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