Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi now wants President William Ruto to swallow his political ego and invite ODM leader Raila Odinga for talks.
Ngunyi in a tweet said the country needs leadership and not politics adding that the two need to sit down for the good of the country.
"Dear Ruto: What the Country needs now is Leadership, not Politics. Leadership from You and leadership from Babaman. You have half the country. He has Half the country. Be the bigger man. And M-Pesa Bishops will not give you this counsel," he tweeted.
Remarks by Ngunyi came after Raila announced that he will begin mass action in Nairobi on March 20.
He said he will lead the protests against the Ruto regime over various reasons he said they will be seeking to have them solved.
In a hard-hitting statement delivered at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Foundation, Raila said they have invoked the provisions of the Constitution to launch a massive peaceful movement of defiance against an illegal government.
"Take note that on the 20th of March 2023, we have a date with destiny in Nairobi. On that day our supporters throughout the country shall stage a massive procession in Nairobi for a legitimate and inclusive government. Save the date," Raila said.
"We begin telling Ruto and Gachagua that we can’t keep living on false promises. We begin telling Ruto and Gachagua our clear understanding that when we keep taking painkillers long enough, they will cease killing the pain; and that is when the real pain will begin," he added.
Azimio's 14-day ultimatum for the Kenya Kwanza government to lower the cost of living and open IEBC servers lapsed on Wednesday at midnight.
Raila said even after the government was given time to act and act on the issues raised on February 22 at Jevanjee gardens, nothing has been done