TIFA: 48% of Kenyans believe bipartisan talks will yield fruits

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    As fears of a collapse of the talks between the government and the opposition remain high after different political outfits within the opposition cast doubt on the leadership of wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka in the national dialogue committee, a survey conducted by TIFA has shown that the bomas talks have a backing of 48% from Kenyans who believe they will yield fruits. 45% of kenyans strongly support the creation of the official leader of the opposition office. However, 48% feel its impact will weaken the opposition should Raila Odinga accept it.