Deputy President William Ruto has called on leaders to be discrete when initiating constitutional changes.
His sentiments come days after a five-judge bench of the High court nullified the BBI process.
Speaking from his Karen residence, Dr Ruto hinted at a possibility of leaders coming up with an agreement that he says will bring the country together.
“We should have an agreement that creates a path for Kenyans to work together even as we compete,” he said.
The country’s second in command also urged leaders to put the interests of Kenyans first adding that the country was facing serious challenges that needed to be addressed.
Deputy President William Ruto, who has openly challenged the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill, 2020 since its inception expressed gratitude to a higher power, moments after the shocking ruling.
“There is GOD in heaven who loves Kenya immeasurably. May GOD'S name is praised forever,” he tweeted in response to the High Court judgement.