National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga has refuted claims by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy Willian Ruto that he is aiming for a coalition government.
The former Prime Minister said that he eyes the presidency without sharing power with anyone.
"We want the whole thing, we will win the Presidential polls and we will win this election very early. We cannot share power with thieves," Raila stated.
Speaking at the St Stephens ACK church, along Jogoo road on Sunday, Raila, who was accompanied by his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and other NASA leaders maintained that they will not allow the current IEBC to conduct a repeat poll.
His remarks comes just a day after President Uhuru and his deputy alleged the Orange Democratic Movement leader is scheming to re-introduce a coalition government.
Speaking in Nakuru on Saturday, Uhuru said Raila was plotting to rise to power using unorthodox means.
"These people are not interested with an election, they want a "Nusu Mkate" (Coalition government).
"We want to show them that it is the electorate who decides, not Maraga and a few people at the Supreme Court," Uhuru said.
However, Raila dismissed the claims saying that he is ready for a fresh poll and exuded confidence that he will trounce Uhuru in the poll to be held in 60 days.