The Association of Professional Societies in East Africa (APSEA) has applauded the decision by President Dr. William Ruto and Opposition Leader Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga to engage in dialogue to save the country.
APSEA is advocating for the bi-partisan approach that has been agreed upon to be broadened beyond just electoral justice reforms to tackle all the key challenges facing Kenya, once and for all.
“Among the key stakeholders that APSEA wants to be involved and included in the dialogue include professionals, academia, politicians, religious leaders and the youth so as to find lasting solutions to challenges facing the over 50 million Kenyans,” said Mr. Felix Okatch, Chairman, Association of Professional Societies in East Africa (APSEA).
The key issues APSEA wants to be included in the discussion include the
high cost of living, poverty and inequality, unemployment and under-employment,electoral justice and reduce CASs appointments to 23 as recommended by PSC.
“APSEA appeals to all Kenyans to maintain peace and tranquility as they go about their normal businesses so as to continue with the individual and collective effort to grow the economy,” said Okatch.
Okatch said that as professional bodies in East Africa, APSEA appeals to to all Kenyans to remain peaceful and give dialogue a chance.