Deputy President William Ruto has been faulted over his habit of criticising the yet to be released Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) taskforce report.
While the 14-member team is yet to release its list of proposals after crisscrossing the nation in search of Kenyans' views, the DP and his team have predicted that it will propose a referendum to expand the Executive arm of government.
Speaking on Wednesday, political analyst Ambrose Weda advised the DP against the fight he is already putting up, warning that he appears like a man jumping into conclusions.
"It's not right to criticise a document you haven't seen. It's wrong to criticise what you don't even know," the advocate said on KBC English Service's The Big Conversation show.
However, he also cautioned President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, the BBI founders, to prepare for a battle with the DP should the taskforce propose a referendum.
He observed that Ruto will obviously jump on the opposing side if that it the case, and will take the two head-on, before crushing them in the 2022 general elections should his side win.
"What I know is that Ruto is going to lead the "No" campaign and if he wins, he is going to use the same strategy to sweep all of them in 2022 should they stick together," he added.
According to Weda, Ruto's predictions about the said referendum are also to prepare Kenyans psychologically in efforts to appear like a political prophet once the task force makes the proposal.
Consequently, he said, he will appear like a man with a vision, which might further endear him to Kenyans, making him the man of the moment.