On Friday, wiper leader and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya co-principle Kalonzo Musyoka met with several diplomats at his residence in Karen, Nairobi.

Citizen Digital confirmed that the officials came from the United Nations, the European Union, the United States, and Denmark.

PHOTO | COURTESY Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka

At lunchtime, several diplomatic-plated vehicles were spotted in Musyoka's Karen residence.

While the agenda for the closed-door meeting was not immediately available, it comes in the wake of mounting concern from international governments and organizations about the widespread violence and loss of life during the countrywide anti-government protests led by the Azimio alliance.

PHOTO | COURTESY Kalonzo Musyoka

This meeting comes a few days after foreign dignitaries in the country called for an end to the anti-government protests organised by the opposition. In their statement, the group of diplomats from the US, UK, Canada, Germany, and nine other countries said that the protests were destroying properties and losing lives.

PHOTO | COURTESY U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Meg Whitman

“We are saddened by the loss of life and concerned by high levels of violence, including the use of live rounds and the destruction of property, during the recent demonstrations,” reads the statement.

“We recognise the daily hardship faced by many Kenyans and urge all parties to table their concerns through a meaningful dialogue and resolve their differences peacefully to build the nation together, ensuring no further loss of life.” it adds.

The envoys said they are willing to arbitrate between the government and the opposition, adding, "We stand ready to support the parties in their efforts to find constructive and peaceful solutions."

PHOTO | COURTESY Opiyo Wandayi

Minority leader Opiyo Wandayi, on the other hand, insisted that the wiper leader has been under house arrest since Tuesday, which is why he was a no-show at the protests.