•President William Ruto has exhibited absolute bad faith from the beginning.
•"Any reasonable observer of happenings in the last few weeks will agree with us that Kenya Kwanza has no intention whatsoever to hold any dialogue at all."
It is now official the Azimio leaders will resume the weekly protests next week.
In a statement issued Tuesday, the Opposition leaders threw the spanner in the works insisting they are not going to participate in the planned dialogue.
In a statement read on behalf of the Azimio, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has cited four reasons he said confirms their Kenya Kwanza counterparts are not ready for it.
"The coalition shall resume its weekly protests at the end of Ramadan and there shall be further communication in this regard," said Kalonzo.
According to Kalonzo, President William Ruto has exhibited absolute bad faith from the beginning.
"Any reasonable observer of happenings in the last few weeks will agree with us that Kenya Kwanza has no intention whatsoever to hold any dialogue at all, let alone one that is honest, transparent and bipartisan," he said.
The sacred month of Ramadan started on March 22.
This was two days after the first Raila-led demonstrations which took place in various counties including Nairobi, Kisumu and Homa Bay.
As a result, Muslim leaders in the country urged organisers of the Azimio demonstrations to respect Muslims as it's their month of prayers.
"Tunatoa mwito kwa wale waandalizi wa maandamao waheshimu waislamu na mwezi huu kwani ni mwezi wao wa ibada," they stated.
Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims chairman Coast region Muhdhar Khatarmy Sharif said the planned demos would disrupt the peace that is already in the country and affect the economy further.
However, Raila led two more protests before calling them off on April 2.