Leader of opposition outfit ODM Raila Odinga on Thursday said the Building Bridges Initiative reforms will not be imposed on Kenyans.
Mr Odinga in an interview on KTN News held that the contents of the report will be made public soon, urging Kenyans and leaders to hold their horses.
He insisted that the BBI agenda had been misrepresented as a power-sharing scheme, holding that it is further from the truth.
He castigated leaders opposing the initiative terming them as dishonest as none of them had accessed details contained in the report that he is set to unveil together with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"We will explain to the people that this is not just about the jobs for the big boys as it is being propagated by the opponents. We have seen there are people who are opposing what they have not even read," stated Mr Odinga.
He described those against the BBI as anarchists who are historically known to oppose any proposal by those they deem enemies.
"If the people reject it, that will be their democratic right. The people will have voted that they love the status quo. There's nothing we can do about it but it is my view that a number of people will see that it addresses their concerns and solve problems we have had for a long time," held Mr Odinga.
Leaders allied to the Deputy President William Ruto have openly opposed the idea of a referendum. DP Ruto has on the other hand insisted that a referendum was not a priority for Kenyans at the moment.