Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) task force chairman Yusuf Haji has revealed that the report will be handed over to President Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Speaking during a press conference in Nairobi on Friday, Haji said that the team collected views from more than 400 elected leaders.
Haji also dismissed claims that the report had leaked to the public before its release.
“These misrepresentations are designed to sow confusion and division among Kenyans at a time when there is a strong national consensus on the need for cohesion, honesty and the ambition to change our country for the better,” Haji said.
The reports contain views of Kenyans from different parts of the nation.
The team traversed the entire country to collect the opinions of the taxpayers as referendum looms. The contents of the report will open a battleground in the political scene with some leaders already opposed to the content before its release.
During his meeting with leaders from the Mt Kenya region on Friday last week, Uhuru said that he is not aware of the contents of the BBI report. He asked the leaders from the region to back the same.
“I do not know the contents of the BBI report yet I hear people claiming Uhuru Kenyatta wants to become the Prime Minister of Kenya. I wouldn’t mind being in leadership in such a post, though let us deal with the current situation first,” Kenyatta said.