President Uhuru Kenyatta alongside Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday received the much anticipated Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.
The report was handed over to duo at State House, Nairobi in presence of Deputy President William Ruto.
The report, among other issues recommends a President, with executive authority who will be directly elected by the people, with the loser in the State House contest directly nominated to Parliament and takes over as leader of official opposition.
On the structure of government, the BBI team recommends what it termed “a home grown and inclusive” system, that comprises an executive headed by a popularly and directly elected President, and a robust, structured opposition that holds the government to account.
This has seen a section of MPs allied to DP Ruto change tune, and publicly declare their support for the report after strongly criticizing it.
Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa who has been a great critic is among Tanga tanga members who have publicly declared support for the report.
He says that the report has avoided divisive referendum and reckons that the issues raised can be prosecuted through the parliamentary process .
“Now the BBI Task force has avoided the divisive referendum and reckons that the issues raised can be prosecuted through the parliamentary process.I wish to declare my support for this report,” he tweeted.
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen, who has also been a strong critic of BBI said ” So far so good, Twende Kazi”.
The report will be made public to Kenyans tomorrow (Wednesday) during its official launch at Bomas of Kenya.
Kenyans will be allowed to read and understand it before making a decision.