Opposition chief Raila Odinga has ruled out contesting for the presidency again following defeat to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
President Uhuru was declared the winner on Friday after garnering 8.2 million votes (54 percent), while Raila got 6.8 million votes (44 percent).
Raila has declined to concede and called for a work boycott on Monday as he waits to make a major announcement on the way forward on Tuesday.
"I’m not going to be a candidate again,” he said. “We just want Kenyans to know what happened, what the whole world is not understanding is happening.” Raila said in an interview with Financial Times on Sunday.
This was his fourth shot at the country's top seat after unsuccessfully contesting in 1997, 2007 and 2013 elections.
"It is not about me. It’s not about Raila Odinga," he said. "...there’s no point in people going to elections in the future, queuing for hours to vote or running around for months campaigning. At the end of the day it’s the computer in the national tallying centre that’s making the decisions."
“We will show the kind of charade the whole world has been treated to," he said adding the United Nations should audit the election result.
He also said: “With the experience of what happened to Chris Msando they were very frightened."