Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has said it is too early to take a stand on the Building Bridges Initiative report received by President Kenyatta in Kisii.
The ANC leader in an address to the media at his private office in Nairobi said leaders should not force Kenyans to support the proposals in the BBI.
Instead, Mudavadi wants Kenyans issued with hard copies of the report and allowed time to read before making a decision on whether to support or reject the proposals.
On his part, Mudavadi has put together a team of constitutional experts to study the BBI report before he declares his stand on the document.
“It is a 200 plus page document. I urge Kenyans to take their time and carefully look at it before making any pronouncements on it,” stated Mudavadi.
A section of the political class have opposed the document, saying it will be a burden to Kenyans with overrepresentation while President Uhuru and ODM leader Raila Odinga have been calling for its adoption.