President William Ruto has been asked to seek Opposition Chief Raila Odinga to mitigate a possible crisis in the country.
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli says that President Ruto has no escape route apart from having a face to face meeting with Raila in order to chart a way forward.
The vocal unionist blamed the high cost of living, devaluation of Kenya shillings, fleeing of investors to what he said was unstable economy due to political forces.
Atwoli downplayed bipartisan team saying Raila should totally dismantle it informing it has no significant impact. He asked the two leaders to come together and agree on what to do.
Azimio said they will deem the talks to have collapsed and resort to other actions if their demands will not have be met.
Kenya Kwanza committee co-chair George Murugara on Thursday said Azimio did not exhaust all avenues of resolving differences that may have emerged.
Leaders allied to Ruto termed the decision by Azimio to suspend bipartisan talks as “premature” saying there were no irreconcilable differences between the two sides.