Jubilee fear motive of CORD's Obama talks
14 July 2015, 14:36
Nairobi - The Jubilee coalition fears opposition CORD's agenda in their meeting with US President Barrack Obama when he arrives in the country.
According to CORD insiders, the US President will meet with the opposition leaders when he arrives in the country for his supposed three day visit at the end of July.
The motive of the meeting is yet to be known.
The CORD leaders vouched for the meeting during US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to the country and that at the moment, there are efforts by the Jubilee wing to try stop the talks.
" It will be impossible for Obama to come to the country and not meet up with Raila. It will happen and we are certain and confident," a source at the CORD secretariat told News24.
" We hear that there are efforts to stop the meeting but it will happen whether they like it or not," the source added.
During Kerry's visit, CORD called on him to implore the Jubilee government to deal with several issues including security and electoral reforms.
Obama will meet President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House during his visit set for July 24-26.
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