Days after the launch of signature collection towards Building Bridges Initiative's referendum was postponed, political leaders across the country have been sharing their different views on the move.
Leaders calling for a consensus urged the President, Uhuru Kenyatta and the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to use the window after the exercise was called off to include all the petitions raised by different groups in the report.
Leaders from the Central part of the country have been drumming their support for the report.
On Sunday, Majority Leader of the Senate Irungu Kang'ata and who represents the residents of Murang'a County in the Senate and Former Gatanga lawmaker Peter Kenneth assured Kenyans that the BBI's drive will resume soon and nothing can stop it.
They affirmed that the exercise was only postponed to pave way for the publishing of the Amendment Bill, 2020.
The duo urged citizens to support the document stating that it has numerous goodies for them including the increased revenue allocation to the counties, which translates to development in the rural areas.
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