BBI REPORT

BBI report to be made public on Wednesday

BBI taskforce concluded its findings last month after countrywide tour collecting public views.

In Summary

• This will be after the official handover to both President Uhuru Kenyatta and the ODM party leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday.

• The taskforce was formed on March 9 last year after Uhuru and Raila shook hands with a view of ending hostility among Kenyans.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga share a light hearted moment at the foot steps of Harambee House after their meeting where they resolved to work together and unite the country after the long protracted elections. March 9, 2018 . Photo/Jack Owuor
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga share a light hearted moment at the foot steps of Harambee House after their meeting where they resolved to work together and unite the country after the long protracted elections. March 9, 2018 . Photo/Jack Owuor

The long-awaited Building Bridges Initiative will be released to the public on Wednesday at The Bomas Of Kenya, State House spokesperson Kanze Dena said on Monday.

This will be after the official handover to President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM  leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday.

The BBI taskforce received an invitation from the President on Friday asking them to submit the report on Tuesday.

According to State House, Uhuru will receive the BBI report at a close door event at State House on Tuesday at 1pm.

Among those expected to attend are Deputy President William Ruto, Parliamentary leadership and opposition leader Raila Odinga.

 

Addressing the media on Friday in Nairobi, Haji said the team had an appointment with President Uhuru Kenyatta for the handover session.

The team concluded compiling its report last month after countrywide tour collecting the views from Kenyans.

The task force was formed on March 9 last year after Uhuru and Raila shook hands with a view of ending hostility among Kenyans.

The nine issues tackled are ethnicism, lack of national ethos, inclusivity, devolution, divisive elections, security, corruption, shared prosperity and responsibilities and rights.

The team of 14 members comprises of Adams Oloo who is the chairperson, Agnes Kavindu, Senator Amos Wako, Florence Omose, Saeed Mwanguni, James Matundura, among others.

ODM postponed the unveiling of its new headquarters to allow Raila to attend the BBI reception event on Tuesday.