Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua has called for a public discussion on proposed constitutional reforms even as the clamor for changes gains momentum.

The acclaimed iron lady of Kenyan politics says this is the moment for all Kenyans from all walks of life have an opportunity to check on issues on governance and accountability in the country.

The ongoing debate in the country for a constitutional change seems to gain momentum each passing day with Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua saying Kenyans should be given an opportunity to discuss and negotiate on areas that need change.

Speaking to the press in Nyeri, Karua stated the Constitution was made for Kenyans and not vice versa adding no one should be worried of a review.

The former presidential candidate in the 2013 General elections called on women to be at the forefront on ensuring the proposed constitutional reforms are advantageous to them while calling for a comprehensive audit on the electoral body, IEBC.

Proponents for a constitutional change have been making calls to have the current supreme law be amended however a section of leaders have been reading malice on the intent and hurry to bring changes.

IEBC has touted the popular initiative as an expensive one amid the biting economic time but the proponents argue the supreme law must be amended as 20% of it’s needs what they term as ‘panel beating’.