Kenya's Odinga Says Road to Peace Thorny Without Dialogue

There are signs that if challenges Kenya is facing are not addressed in a national dialogue, “road to peace will be thorny and difficult,” Raila Odinga, now opposition leader, says in letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta. * Odinga-led Coalition for Reforms & Democracy proposes dialogue to include discussion on “inclusivity and national unity, devolution, corruption, the electoral process and national security,” according to copy of letter e-mailed yday by his * NOTE: Odinga lost bid to Presidency to Kenyatta in March 4 election

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