BBI report to be released to Kenyans on Tuesday
The Building Bridges Initiative report (BBI) is now ready and set to be presented to President Uhuru Kenyatta on November 26.
The president has however urged Kenyans to go through the proposals carefully before they chose whether to back it up or not.
He urged political leaders to be cautious when discussing the report saying the initiative should not be used to divide Kenyans.
“It is only an ignorant person who will say there are no issues in this country that require to be addressed. Let us address them as adults, as civilized human beings, let us appreciate that we may have divergent views but our objective is to make our motherland better,” the President said.
The Head of State who spoke when he presided over Kibabii University’s 4th graduation ceremony in Bungoma County assured that he will share the report with all Kenyans as soon as he receives it.
“This morning I received notification from the Chairman of the BBI process who told me they have finished it and they would like to hand over it to me.
“I told them to bring it on Tuesday and I assure you as soon as I receive it, I will read it and at the same time I will give it to all Kenyans to read it,” said the President
He expressed hope that through the report Kenyans will get a chance to improve the country by strengthening the nation’s governance architecture.
“Please let us just take time because through it, together we can come out with good things that can make our country even better, united and that can make our institutions more inclusive, our counties better managed through better governance structures,” the President said.
Addressing the media on Friday in Nairobi, chairman of the task force chairman senator Yusuf Haji said the team has made an appointment with President Uhuru Kenyatta for the handover session.
The team of 14 members comprises Adams Oloo who is the chairperson, Agnes Kavindu, Senator Amos Wako, Florence Omose, Saeed Mwanguni, James Matundura.
Others are Major John Seii, Bishop Lawi Imathiu, Maison Leshomo, Senator Mohamed Yusuf Haji, Morompi ole Ronkai Prof., Bishop Peter Njenga, Rose Moseu and Archbishop Zecheus Okot.