President Uhuru Kenyatta has hit out at opposition leader Raila Odinga accusing him of courting the international community to help him negotiate for a coalition government.
Speaking on a campaign stop in Murang'a County on Saturday, the Head of State said there is no crisis in the country, adding that mediators are not welcome in Kenya.
"We are not interested in mediation or being put together. Kofi Annan is not present in Kenya. He (Raila) should fly back to the country to mobilise voters," he said.
He further blasted Raila for portraying Kenya as a failed state in his recent tour to London after his to negotiate for a shared government fell apart.
"We told you before that he never wanted an election and he still does not want one, that's why he is busy claiming that the country is at war," he said.
The former Prime Minister delivered a speech at Chatham House, London on Friday, where he decried the dwindling democracy in Africa.
Uhuru also condemned anti-electoral commission demos called by Nasa, saying that the destruction of property witnessed during the protests were uncalled for.
"His work [has] been to call for demonstrations, inciting his supporters to attack police officers and steal from other Kenyans," he said.
"We have been pleading with Kenyans to vote for us; but our counterpart, since the court delivered its ruling, his work has been to call for press conferences and demonstrations."
On his part, Deputy President William Ruto said that Kenyans will elect their President and there is no room for shared government.
"Let Raila Odinga know that there will be no power sharing negotiations in this country.
"The Constitution that was unanimously passed by the electorate in 2010 dictates that it is them who determine who will lead the country," Mr Ruto said.
He added that the repeat election must be held on October 26th as scheduled, whether Raila participates or not.