Politician Dennis Waweru has asked the joint committee of parliament co-chaired by Senator Okongo Omogeni and Hon. Muturi Kigano to speed up the report to allow Kenyans make an informed decision.
"BBI is unstoppable! I call upon the joint committee of Parliament co-chaired by Senator Okongo Omogeni and Hon. Muturi Kigano to expedite the report for tabling as soon as possible. We are hoping that Kenyans will decide on this matter as soon as possible," he wrote.
The BBI report which seeks to amend the constitution was recently dealt a blow after President Uhuru Kenyatta banned rallies to contain the third wave of Covid-19.
The report is also facing some hurdles after a meeting of House Joint Justice and Legal Affairs Committee which was scheduled for March failed to take place on unknown grounds.
The court is also yet to give a verdict on whether the process of amending the constitution through the report was considered or not, with an aim to bar the electoral body from conducting a referendum slated for June.
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