President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for proper communication in the BBI report which is set to be presented to him next week on Tuesday after the 14 member team reported that the report is ready for presentation and proper review.
Speaking during the 4th graduation ceremony at Kibabii University, the president said the main aim of the report is to make Kenya a better country and eradicate the frequent disputes resulting from elections, corruption and ethnic bases.
“My only prayer, especially to the political class, let us read it. This is an opportunity to engage in meaningful and peaceful discourse. We don’t want to divide the country,” said Uhuru
During the ceremony, the president also urged politicians to stop having negativity concerning the report since they know the positive impact of the report.
The project is a symbol of the work of the handshake between the president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Amollo Odinga.
“Let us just take time, to go through it together and come out with good things that can make our country even better and united, and our institutions even more inclusive,” he appealed.
This comes about after a section of the politicians came out to reject the BBI report even before its release.