National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga has promised he will make an announcement on October 25th regarding the repeat presidential election.
Speaking during a burial ceremony in Bondo, Siaya County on Friday, the former Prime Minister insisted there will be no elections on October 26th.
"On Wednesday I will talk to Kenya and I will tell you what you should do ahead of the polls," Raila said when he addressed mourners at a funeral service in Bondo on Friday.
Raila also called on his supporters to stop attacking other communities, adding that he wants to unite all Kenyans regardless of their ethnicity.
"I want to tell my people not to revenge against any Kikuyu man here in Bondo or anywhere else, that Kikuyu or Kalenjin is also suffering as you are suffering," he said.
"Everywhere I go they call me Baba. The other day I was in Kiambu and they called me baba as Uhuru watched. The Kikuyu community are our people. Let us not take the sins of one person and put it in others heads," he said.
"God will push Uhuru alone as he does not speak and serve the interest of any Kenyans."
He hit out at President Uhuru over the recent killings of anti-IEBC demonstrators by police. "I wish he could aim at me instead of shooting innocent Kenyans who are not in competition with him," Raila said.
However, delivering his speech at Mashujaa Day celebrations at Uhuru Park on Friday, President Uhuru said that the government will deal firmly with those planning to disrupt October 26th election.