By Brighton Makori.
Kisii 09 November 2020………....Anglican Church Bishop John Omangi has asked upon leaders to put the interests of the country ahead of their personal interests to ensure that the finally adopted BBI document would unite the country and make it a better place for all Kenyans.
Bishop Omangi who was Speaking on Sunday at Kisii church Headquarters during the launch of his Autobiography ‘Surprised by God’ , Omangi said that leaders from across the political divide should be willing to make necessary amendments in order to make the document more acceptable.
Nyaribari Chache MP Richard Tongi said that BBI stood improvement of the current constitution urging all Kenyans to support it and that President Uhuru Kenyatta had said that Kenyans were encouraged to read the document and make suggestions on its improvement.
Tongi said that the fact that the President and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga were engaging various stakeholders on BBI was a clear indicator that they wanted to give the country a better document that will ensure that the country had a bright future.
Kisii University Vice Chancellor Professor John Akama who was the Chief Guest during the event said that the President and Prime Minister wanted to leave behind a good legacy and that Kenyans should heed their advice as far as BBI is concerned.
Prof Akama encouraged Kenyans to embrace a reading culture and that they should not depend on other people to do that on their behalf since they will be able to make informed decisions on matters that will likely impact on their future.