KANU Party Leader Gideon Moi says there is no need to introduce massive amendments to the BBI, saying it should be passed the way it is.
Moi claims the call for changes are being advanced by detractors of the document and called for a speedy ratification of the document saying future generations will have an opportunity to amend it.
Speaking in Kajiado County when he met a section of Kajiado leaders led by Governor Joseph Lenku, Moi said Kanu party supports the unity forged by President Uuhuru Kenyatta and ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga.
He said KANU will seek partnerships with like minded leaders to push the BBI agenda saying the decision to amend the constitution must be done in phases.
His sentiments were quickly echoed by Ole Lenku as well as Kajiado Central MP Elijah Memusi who called for patience saying BBI presents an opportunity for Kenyans to have a better constitution.
Ole Lenku said it is not possible to incorporate all interests in the BBI, urging those with pending proposals to first support the document in its current format and introduce the changes later.
Memusi urged Kenyans to be wary of politicians who were obsessed with changing the BBI saying some are opposing just for the sake.
The three spoke during an event to launch Kajiado County first blood transfusion centre at Kajiado referral hospital.
The new modern blood centre has the capacity to store 600 units of blood, enough to be shared among the five Sub county hospitals.
Over the years, patients requiring blood transfusion services had to be referred to neighboring counties to access the service.
Ole Lenku reiterated his administration commitment to improve services at the Kajiado referral hospital and enhance access to better health care. .