Political leaders across the country are sharing out their opinions on the Building Bridges Initiative with a section of them calling for a consensus to include all the grievances made by various groups.
Wiper Movement Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka drummed his support calling citizens to support the document on claims that it is made to unite the country.
Vocal Members of Parliament from Ukambani Region on Saturday while meeting in Kilome Constituency affirmed that they are not supporting the document till it goes through amendments.
Led by the areas MP, Mr. Thaddeus Nzambia, the legislators called for a national dialogue to solve on emerging issues. He cemented that they will support the report but with reservations.
Kibweni East MP Jessica Mbalu and Kitui County Woman Representative Irene Kasalu joined in calling for editing of the document stating that, that was the only way to have all Kenyans included in the report.
These remarks comes few days after the launch of signature collection was postponed to unknown date, with the National Secretariat stating that the key factor was publication of the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2020.
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