The People's Assembly steering committee chairman and NASA strategist David Ndii, said the decision was made to provide room to unify and get the country on the right course. "We are therefore in this spirit suspending the people's assembly process".
"As gallant and wise leaders who see far, it is our hope that, the two will not limit the talks to Jubilee and ODM parties because the Kenyan political landscape goes beyond the two parties", they said.
Speaking on behalf the People's Assemblies, Ndii commended Raila and Uhuru for agreeing to end the fights over last year's elections. "As friends and compatriots, we are remaining vigilant and we ask Kenyans to join hands so that we can do this together".More news: Syria war: Wounded 'to be evacuated from Eastern Ghouta' - rebels
The NRM General is the highest-ranking Odinga ally who has publicly criticised the deal reached between the NASA leader and the head of state.
President Uhuru Kenyatta greets Opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance after addressing a news conference at Harambee House in Nairobi, March 9, 2018.
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For a long time, negative ethnicity has come in between our national cohesion and integration efforts and this new deal is the true beginning of our national healing as a people, they said. His comment came as a section of Jubilee leaders dismissed talk that the meeting between the two party leaders complicated Ruto's bid for the presidency in the next general election in 2022.
They called for a meeting on Monday at Athi River to chart the coalition's path going forward.More news: Hundreds of embryos damaged at US clinic