Deputy President William Ruto's Tanga Tanga brigade will after all reject the Building Bridges Initiative report should it be all about inclusivity.
The BBI team will handover final report to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga next week, with sources claiming that they have recommended a Parliamentary system of government.
But in Nyamira, Ruto's troops insisted that the country is not ready for the system, adding that they will have no option other than rejecting the report.
"If BBI is about allowing Parliament to pick leader, then we shall have no option but reject it from the onset. MPs cannot chose leaders for us," said Joash Maangi.
"I am told to support something that I haven't seen. This is technically impossible. If they think that adding seats to executive is necessary, we shall block such attempts," added Shadrack Mose.
Nandi Senator Simon Cherargei insisted that the country will not afford the parliamentary system, adding that 'one man one vote' is the only acceptable approach.
"People must be allowed to chose leaders of their choice. You can't tell us that a president of PM will be picked by a group of people. That's unacceptable."
The remarks were backed by a host of leaders among them Caleb Kositany, George Mosiori, Joash Nyamoko, Fred Omayio among others.
Dr Ruto who evaded BBI debate, seemed to be concentrating on national campaigns, adding that he will not stop moving around the country to reach to as many people.