Opposition leader Raila Odinga says that he is not ready to let go his presidential election victory that was denied by the Jubilee administration.
The former Prime Minister said he was not ready to "accept and move on" like he did in the 2013 general elections, when its crystal clear that he won the Presidency in the August 8th elections.
"This time round election thieves must let go as Kenyans are tired of oppressive leadership," Raila said.
He further said that he opted to seek legal redress in Supreme Court to seek the truth, adding that the court must tell Kenyans the truth.
"But regardless of the court's ruling there is nothing like accept and move on this time round if the court rules against us," Raila added.
Raila said that the Supreme Court will reveal the dubious ways behind President Uhuru's computer generated victory.
Speaking at slain IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando's burial in Siaya on Saturday, the Orange Democratic Movement leader reminded locals he will not come to them to say he was rigged out after the Supreme Court's verdict.
He also castigated the international observers who sanitized the massive election fraud as free and fair and reminded them Kenya is part and parcel of a civilized international community.
Raila said that Msando's killers are well known by the Jubilee government and called on the judiciary to bring to book the perpetrators of the act.
"We cannot have killers carrying out investigations we need to see then behind bars," Raila said.
"This is a nation of bandits where there is no value for life. But Kenyans must turn it into a nation of gentlemen and gentlewomen by saying no to Jubilee ," Raila said