Mr Duale, who was speaking at Parliament buildings, told off NASA leaders over threats that the country would plunge into chaos if President Uhuru Kenyatta will not accept dialogue by Monday next week.
“Raila and Kalonzo should take their time and read the mood of Kenyans. No one is with them. The country has moved on and Kenyans want to see the Jubilee manifesto rolled out,” Duale stated.
“It is sad that he [Kalonzo] wants to be the President of a country in which he is calling for civil war. They should know that Jubilee will not be intimidated or blackmailed,” he added.
Jubilee Party Secretary-General Raphael Tuju, also agreed with the Majority Leader in the National Assembly warning that the remarks were reckless and irresponsible.
“The government is in place and we have the President and Deputy President who are legally in office. There is no need to engage them,” Tuju stated.
They further cautioned that the threats amounted to blackmail aimed at attempting to force President Kenyatta to form a coalition government.
The NASA principals on Sunday gave an ultimatum and warned of a possible civil war if Jubilee does not accept dialogue.
“This country is headed for a civil war and I am telling Uhuru to call Raila in the next one week or things will go bad,” Kalonzo stated.
“There will be no elections in 2022 if the 2017 issue will not have been resolved,” Odinga noted.