The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) committee formed to formulate various recommendations after the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga will hand over their report to the president on Tuesday, November 26.
Addressing the media November 22, the committee chaired by Garissa Senator Yusuf Haji, pointed out that the committee had finalized putting together opinions from various stakeholders that helped them to compile the final report.
“We are immensely gratified by how the Kenyan people responded to our calls for participation. The face of Kenya was captured with at least 7,000 citizens from all ethnic groups, gender, cultural and religious practices, and different social and economic sectors coming forward eager to tell of their experiences and solutions to our pressing national challenges,” a statement by the chairman read.
“All the 47 counties were visited and forums held in them. The task force also heard from more than 400 elected leaders, present and past, prominent local voices from the community and youths who added their voice to other citizens. We also heard from 123 individuals representing major institutions, including constitutional bodies and major stakeholders in the civil and private sector spaces,” the statement added