Violence-Stopping Hand Shake? President Mwai Kibaki (C) and Opposition Leader Raila Odinga (R) shake hands as former U.N boss Koffi Annan (L) looks on. (Photo Courtesy of NYTimes)
The two opposing parties met for the first time since the start of violence in Kenya. Albeit it seems the details of their meeting that was spearheaded by former U.N. secretaty general Koffi Annan were not fully released, rumor has it that there is a potential power sharing deal being brokered. This is promising. Hopefully this spells an end to the political tumult and senseless killing of civilians.