• Raila said the contents of the meeting will in the interim remain guarded but will be made public later.
• The Azimio leader revealed that he spoke to Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o and told him to withdraw his earlier suspension of demos in the county.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga on Wednesday met with Catholic clerics in Nairobi, hours before the second weekly mass action on Thursday.
Raila said the Azimio leadership held fruitful talks with the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops regarding the current political situation in the country.
"We've pledged to maintain our engagement with the KCCB and other faith communities as we work towards ensuring that Kenya is back on the right track," Raila said.
The meeting which Raila said was an interactive session comes days after he told off the clergy over their calls for him to call off the mass action and give dialogue with President William Ruto a chance.
Raila said the contents of the meeting will in the interim remain guarded but will be made public later.
The Azimio leader revealed that he spoke to Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o and told him to withdraw his earlier suspension of demos in the county.
He reiterated that the countrywide demonstrations on Thursday will be peaceful as they exercise their rights to demonstrate as stipulated under Article 37 of the Constitution.
"I also urge those who are planning to try and disrupt them to desist from doing so," he said.
The clerics said condoled with those who have so far been injured during the demos saying they are "happy that talks have started".
"We have had time to talk and we have also tried to understand how the ordinary Kenyan is suffering and the many challenges but let us not go overboard and injure ourselves," they said.
The men of God said they will continue to pray for the country as the talks continue.