- He told Raila off following his demands for Koffi Anan-like talks, adding that the threats to go back to the trenches were not going to work.
- In a direct message to Raila, Ichung'wah said he could go back to the streets and demonstrate peacefully, warning that any form of anarchy was going to be met with charges at The Hague.
National Assembly majority leader Kimani Ichung'wah has indicated that they will involve the ICC if Azimio leader Raila Odinga results in anarchy.
He told Raila off following his demands for Koffi Anan-like talks, adding that the threats to go back to the trenches were not going to work.
In a direct message to Raila, Ichung'wah said he can go back to the streets and demonstrate peacefully, warning that any form of anarchy was going to be met with charges at The Hague.
"That is why I have said I will propose an agenda to our Parliamentary Group meeting next week that we write to the ICC to take measures to ensure that Raila Odinga and his sponsors do not slide our country back into anarchy," he said.
He claimed that Raila was blackmailing the country using anarchy and violence to get into the system of the government.
The Kikuyu MP said they were not going to allow that, adding that the Kenya Kwanza Alliance was ready for bi-partisan talks with a Parliamentary process.
On his part, National Assembly Majority Whip Silvanus Osoro affirmed that they were ready for talks.
He said they had already come up with a team for the negotiations, urging Azimio to do the same.
Osoro remained positive that the talks will achieve the intended objectives.
On Tuesday, the Azimio outfit said the bipartisan talks proposed by President William Ruto being purely Parliamentary may not fully achieve the intended objectives.
"It is the resolution of this meeting that a purely Parliamentary process will not serve the intended end, our suggestion is to have a conversation at the national level through a process akin to the 2008 National Accord," it said.
The resolve, the coalition leadership said, came after holding deliberations following Sunday's truce between Raila and Ruto.
Ruto on Sunday gave into the Opposition's demand to have them included in the IEBC Commissioners hiring process.
The opposition in response called off their planned protests for one week, to allow for dialogue.