President Uhuru Kenyatta has taken a swipe at people opposing proposed changes to the law, which will be made public for the first time on Tuesday.
Garissa Senator Yusuf Haji on Friday confirmed that the Building Bridges Initiative will be handed over to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, a month after completion.
While confirming Tuesday's meeting, Uhuru insisted that there are a lot of issues that need to be addressed in the country for prosperity.
The head of state urged Kenyans to debate the proposed changes with maturity, adding that some issues should be given weight since the country should embrace them.
He condemned critics of BBI report, wondering why 'they are rejecting it yet they gave not been able to see it'. He blamed politicians for fueling 'unnecessary' tension.
"We don't want to divide the country. Only a fool will say that there are no issues in this country that do not require to be addressed. So let's address them as adults and civilised human beings," Uhuru said.
"Let us appreciate that we may have divergent views but our objective is to make Kenya better. There is no need to abuse each other. Some are saying that they don't want it (BBI) yet they haven't seen it."
Last week, Uhuru met a section of leaders from his Mt Kenya backyard. He urged them to debate on the report soberly without increasing tensions.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga has been key behind the proposed changes, a move that has literally put him at loggerheads with Deputy President William Ruto.
Ruto has been opposing the debate to change the law, arguing that such a move would increase burden to taxpayers should the team propose an expansion of executive.