Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has told off those opposed to the Building Bridges Initiative Report terming them enemies of transformation.
Addressing media in Nakuru on Wednesday just minutes after the Report was handed to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in Kisii, Kinyanjui stated that it is now upon Kenyans to read and scrutinize the report.
He said it was wrong for some individuals to go about opposing the document even before going through it.
“We know there are people who opposed the report even before it was out which is wrong.I want to call on business and other sectors to break down the report so that we can inform the people the truth” said Kinyanjui.
Kinyanjui has drummed support for the expansion of the executive as proposed in the BBI report.
He says this will ensure that all communities are represented in the national cake and also create unified nation.
The county boss also appealing to political class not to mislead Kenyans concerning the BBI report.
“In the past we have had scenario where some communities feel left out in government. But with the expansion of the executive we will ensure inclusivity. I call on leaders that let us tell Kenyans the truth concerning the document” said Kinyanjui.
President Kenyatta while receiving the report, urged Kenyans to read and understand the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report unveiled Wednesday.
The report was handed to Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader.
Kenyatta said the document “is about the 50 million Kenyans and not any specific individual/s).
The report has far-reaching recommendations that include the creation of the Prime Minister’s position.