Nairobi leaders are split over the agenda of swearing in of the opposition principals Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka next week on Tuesday at the Uhuru park grounds.
While Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja called for dialogue on the matter, his counterpart George Aladwa MP for Makadara insists that the swearing will happen as scheduled.
Sakaja maintains that the dialogue should only comprise of development issues and not electoral reforms.
Aladwa on the other hand says they are ready to mobilize Kenyans to turn up in large numbers during the event.
He also added that many Kenyans did not participate on the 26th October repeated general election in 2017 thus making Jubilee contest against itself.