The Opposition was further urged to support a report by the Joint Parliamentary Select Committee on electoral reforms by the two groups, arguing it would lead to peace and stability.
“Mr Kerry urged the leaders to support the proposed electoral reforms in the report by the joint select committee. His message was that the report was a product of both political sides and should be supported in full,” another source revealed.
Kerry concluded by saying Obama did not want to witness a repeat of the post-election violence that happened in 2007.
The three CORD principals, Amani Coalition leader Musalia Mudavadi and Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua had been invited to the meeting.
The US pledged Sh2.5 Billion to help in civic education as Kenya heads towards the General Election.
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