The BBI is founded on the need to entrench inclusivity and good governance. If well implemented it will allow the country to address the recurrent problems of political marginalisation, corruption and tribalism.
Indeed, the resolution of these challenges would be a matter of great interest to every well meaning Kenyan.
However, serious concerns have been raised as to why a document that raised so much hope to Kenyans remains publicly unavailable two months after its official release.
This borders on political deceit and contradicts the President’s advise for Kenyans to read and make wise decisions on their collective future.
We call for the speedy release and distribution of copies of the BBI report. This will encourage an informed debate devoid of hearsay and unnecessary propaganda.
The BBI must serve to heal the nation and create a debate bigger than the current political actors. It is not about individuals but our collective future as Kenyans.