• Raila's sentiments come days after he accepted an appeal from President William Ruto to call off the Azimio countrywide demonstrations.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga has warned that they will have to go back to demos if President William Ruto fails to take them seriously.
Speaking on Tuesday, Raila said that they are focused on the outcome of the truce and will not be swayed.
"We assure our people and Kenyans that our eyes are firmly on the ball, and reiterate that we shall go back to the people as the earliest sign of lack of seriousness by the other side," he said.
Going back to the people is the phrase Raila used when he resorted to demos to push the Ruto regime to heed his demands.
Raila's sentiments come days after he accepted an appeal from President William Ruto to call off the Azimio countrywide demonstrations.
The President said that he is willing to engage the opposition on a bi-partisan approach to find solutions.
The move was welcomed by both international and local leaders in the country citing statesmanship from both parties.
Ruto said he has always been ready to engage leaders including political and religious.
"Considering the matters raised on this particular subject, I suggest a bi-partisan engagement in Parliament on the reconstitution of the IEBC panel within the parameters of the law and the constitution," Ruto said.