Kalonzo said the BBI was intended to bring Kenyans together and not divide them, which is why there is a need for all to have a national dialogue on this document.
“Whether the BBI or not, the referendum or not, can the country do anything in the 2010 Constitution. The Constitution is one of the best in the world, ”said Kalonzo.
“No one will come with a machete or a whip to force the people of Kenya through the BBI with a hammer or a hook, ”said Kalonzo.
“It is a matter of discussion and consultation, let's have a debate because this document is a transformation document.”
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