This is according to Chairman Azimio Executive Council Wycliffe Oparanya, who spoke with NTV.
He said emissaries from both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio coalitions met from the morning, up until the time the address on bipartisan talks was made.
“There are also others who joined on from that particular side and there are others who joined from our side,” Oparanya said.
“So, there were about five people from the other side and three people from our side.”
He affirmed that the negotiations were initiated by Kenya Kwanza.
Haji however responded to a text message.
The message sought to know what the agreement made on the nature of the talk was.
“Boss I don’t know what you are talking about!!” the DPP response read.
On Sunday, April 2, Ruto called on opposition chief Raila Odinga to call off demonstrations, to give room for talks.
“I urge Raila and the opposition to call off the demonstration and give bi- partisan approach for us to take Kenya forward,” he said.
Ruto however maintained that the talks must be based on sincere deliberations anchored on the rule of law.