President Barrack Obama will only grant the opposition 40 minutes, US officials have said. Raila Odinga is expected to lead the opposition in discussing with the US President their misgivings of the Jubilee government.
Other opposition leaders who are likely to meet Barrack Obama include Martha Karua and Cord co-principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula.
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Although the agenda of the four is not clear, they are expected to urge President Obama to push Uhuru to disband the IEBC, withdraw Kenyan troops from Somali and corruption in Jubilee government.
The opposition will have to rush their agendas since the President schedule is very tight and won’t allow for small talk.