President Uhuru Kenyatta says that he is ready for a fresh election, even if he personally disagrees with the Supreme Court decision to nullify his re-election.
The head of state said that he however, accepts and respects the decision by the highest court in the land.
In his address to the nation on Friday, President Kenyatta said his victory was as a result of “the will of the people”.
He urged Kenyans to maintain peace and exuded confidence that he will trounce his arch-rival Raila Odinga one more.
"We are ready to go back again to the people with the same agenda, an agenda of unifying the country,".
"Again Kenyans i say Peace, Peace, Peace, your neighbour remains your neighbour. The court has made this decision, we don't agree with it but we respect it,".
" I personally disagree with the ruling today, but i respect it. It is important for us as Kenyans to respect with the rule of the law," he said.