President Uhuru Kenyatta has dismissed divisions among the political class regarding popularization of the Building Bridges Initiative report.
The President said his administration is only focused on ensuring the culture of winner takes it all in general elections comes to an end.
Addressing the nation from State House in Mombasa, the Head of State said he is determined to build his legacy by uniting all 47 million Kenyans.
President Uhuru Kenyatta says he is focused on his legacy and wants to go down in history as the president who brought to an end electoral violence.
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The Head of State says his mission will not be hi-jacked by a section of politicians whom he claims are tarnishing his efforts to unite the nation through the Building Bridges Initiative.
President Kenyatta said the unity pact with ODM leader Raila Odinga is for the benefit of all Kenyans.
The Head of State who exuded confidence his Executive Order No 1 of 2019, Will ensure landmark ramifications on the structure and character for the governance system said time is ripe for a different political template and building of a national consensus through the BBI.
The BBI Steering committee which was gazetted on Monday has been tasked to among others conduct validation of the 14 member BBI taskforce report through consultations with citizens, civil society, faith-based organizations, cultural leaders, the private sector and experts.
The team is also tasked with proposing administrative, policy, statutory or constitutional changes that may be necessary for the implementation of the recommendations as contained in the task force report.
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