“The new governance came with a cost which Kenyans seem ready to review, having tasted and felt how it is,” said Mr Moi.
PEOPLE ARE SUPREME
He observed that the clamour for the change in the Constitution is coming six years after the country adopted the devolved system of governance after ushering in the new Constitution eight years ago.
“The Constitution which Kenyans adopted acknowledges people as supreme and key on how they want to be governed and with what type of governance structure,” said Mr Moi.
He said Kenyans should be given an opportunity to review the Constitution and choose what they think has worked for them since they endorsed it.
“It is import for the citizens to decide for themselves what needs to be improved and how they should be governed by the leaders they have chosen or will choose in the future,” said Mr Moi.
He called on the ruling class to create a good environment for sober, informed debate to make the citizens choose wisely what they want in the referendum.