Nyamira Senator Okongo Omogeni has said that he is fully behind the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report because it has united Kenyans.
Speaking during an interview on NTV on Monday, Senator Omogeni said that it is evident that Kenya will be more united if we're are going to adopt the report to the latter.
He noted that recommendations of the report represent the interests of the general public, adding that there are better days ahead if the same is adopted in the long run.
"For those who doubted the BBI as you can see the country is united. There is evidence that if we implement the recommendations of the report we will see unity," he said.
The senator alluded that the implementation of the report can be through parliament or referendum. He, however, noted that some of the issues require a referendum before they can be implemented.
"There are things that we can deal with as parliamentarians and things which may require a referendum," he said.
On National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi remarks that Parliament cannot implement the BBI report, Omogeni said that he had reason to make such a declaration amind the ongoing debate over the matter.
"I think what he was telling people is that the BBI report will not be carried to parliament for debate," he added.