Moments after Building Bridges Initiative for National Unity Advisory Taskforce chairman Yusuf Haji announced that BBI report will be made public next week, politicians have come out to give their views ahead of the much-anticipated exercise.
Haji, who is also the Garissa Senator, on Friday announced his task force has been given an appointment to hand over the report to President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday.
Reacting to the news, former Mukurwe-ini Member of Parliament Kabando Wa Kabando said he expected to see a 'radical' report.
"Here we go! Hopes for a bold, creative, refreshing and radical report filling the air. I choose optimism. I vote positivism," the ex-legislator tweeted.
Former presidential candidate Prof James Ole Kiyiapi asked Kenyans to thoroughly read the recommendations of the Senator Haji-led team before making up their minds.
"The BBI Report will be out on Tuesday November 26th. Speculation will be over. Let us study the underlying principles and RECOMMENDATIONS before we take positions. If you can read, read it for yourself, don't allow anyone else to READ for you," said the former Assistant Minister.
BBI taskforce completed writing the report on October 23 but has been waiting for Uhuru and Raila to give a green light so it can hand over the document.
The President has also waded into the matter, urging Kenyans not to fight over the report before they read and understand it.
"There is no need for insults, there are people who claim that they don't want BBI and yet they do not know its contents (Hakuna haja ya matusi, kama kuna wale wanasema hawaitaki na hata hawajui nini iko ndani).," Uhuru said as quoted by the Star.
The Head of State spoke on Friday during a graduation ceremony at Kibabii University in Bungoma County.