What Uhuru said concerning Raila Odinga's petition

President Kenyatta
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A day after the opposition Nasa led by flag bearer Raila Odinga said it will file a petition to challenge election results, president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta broke the silence concerning the issue.

Addressing residents of Mbagathi area in Nairobi, Kenyatta urged Kenyans to stay in peace with each other and leave the battle be fought by their leaders.

This comes even after the opposition on Wednesday promised its supporters it will move to court to challenge the presidential results.

"We must all co-exist in peace pending the outcome of the petition the opposition has filed in court. Let us fight the battle at the top but you live in peace as brothers and sisters," said Uhuru.

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The President was accompanied by Nairobi governor-elect, Mike Sonko, in a 'cleaning the city programme' held at Kenyatta Market.

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