Former presidential aspirant Prof James Ole Kiyiapi has poked holes into the recently released Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga received the report last week after one year of collection of views from among Kenyans by the taskforce.
Already, politicians have differed on the mode of implementation. Some want parliamentary initiative while others are for referendum.
Ole Kiyiapi now believes the team failed to offer pathways to legal and constitutional reforms, leading to the current standoff.
"BBI Task Force ABORTED their own Report. Instead of offering clear pathways to LEGAL or CONSTITUTIONAL reforms, they sent the agenda back to the politicians," he said in a tweet.
"Net effect: grandstanding, posturing etc - we are back to square one. In this respect, they failed a cardinal mandate!"
On Sunday, Nandi Governor Stephen Sang insisted that the report should be subjected to Parliament for implementation.
“Referendum or no referendum is dependent on the proposals. Why do you want to subject this country to an expensive and divisive exercise yet the issues raised by BBI don’t require us to go to a referendum?” Mr Sang posed.
Mr Odinga has already insisted that the document will be submitted to a referendum after undergoing corrections by a team of experts.