Two legislators from Gusii region have said no to referendum talks insisting that this is time to deliver to the electorate.
South Mugirango MP Silvanus Osoro disputed any possibility of having a referendum any time soon.
Speaking to the press after an education conference held in his constituency at Nduru boys high school recently, the legislator said that Kenyans expect more from leaders other than constitutional review talk.
Osoro urged all leaders of goodwill to shun constitutional politics saying some leaders wanted to hide behind it not to deliver what they had promised voters.
“I don’t see the reason as to why we should amend the constitution when even fruits of devolution haven’t been felt,” said Osoro.
He said that some leaders want to divert interests Kenyans value most to their selfish ones only to stay on the political platform.
Separately, Kitutu Masaba MP Shadrack Mose also washed away possibilities of having a constitutional review saying that it’s a waste of time as Kenyans are awaiting for development projects and not rhetoric’s from politicians.
“I don’t see any sense of having a referendum as at now. It’s indeed shameful for leaders who feel disoriented by their poor workmanship to try and change rules instead of improving their game,” he said.
Mose promised not to allow leaders who are of the opinion of changing the constitution in the constituency saying it’s not what he promised electorate.