Deputy President William Ruto has said the constitutional review should be a win-win for Kenyans and not a tool to divide the country.
He asked Kenyans to ignore leaders who want to take advantage of calls for a referendum to amend the Constitution as a route to create division, hatred and confusion in the country.
He said matters pertaining to the Constitution were weighty, and required the input of all Kenyans.
Speaking during a development tour of Uasin-Gishu and Nandi Counties on Tuesday, the Deputy President said there was a need for a sober debate on issues pertaining to change of the Constitution.
“We want to ensure that as nation, whatever it is going to be proposed, in any format, does not create losers or winners. Kenyans must speak to each other without necessarily creating camps,” said Ruto.