With high anticipations on the much publicized Building Bridges Initiative Report (BBI), the political heat has split the country along different political lines.
Listening to vox pop interviews captured on different local media stations, it has risen a heated debate and shaped conversations amongst the people,with one divide showing support and the other questioning the credibility of the report as they were not involved in the public participation process when the BBI team was traversing the country collecting views from citizens.
The BBI taskforce is said to have consulted 7000 Kenyans out of 47million people when drafting the report ranging from elected members and prominent stakeholders leaving behind a large number Kenyans in the dark.
However the report is said to be made public to all Kenyans on Wednesday 27th November 2019 at the Bomas of Kenya, after a briefing the President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga at State house Nairobi.
The Yusuf Haji led task force will hand over the BBI report addressing a nine point agenda; Ethnicity, Lack of National Ethos, Inclusivity, Devolution, Divisive Elections, Security, Corruption, Shared Prosperity and Responsibilities and Rights.
The contents are as result of 9th march 2018 handshake between President uhuru and ODM leader Mr Raila odinga after the 2017 hotly contested elections.