Talking during a gathering with a designation of Meru pioneers on Sunday, September 4, Raila settled on a clarion decision for his allies to petition God for harmony to win even after the judgment is made.
He repeated that the request was a journey for equity, which he trusted would persuade Monday, September 5, for Kenyans.
“Kenyans ought to keep on having us in their requests, we appeal to God for harmony and astuteness. We trust that the high court will convey a fair decision which will assist us with reinforcing the majority rule government in the country,” the flagbearer emphasized.
The previous Prime Minister asserted his confidence in the legal framework. Be that as it may, when addressed on whether he would acknowledge the result of the court, he declined to offer a clear response.
“I won’t have any desire to hypothesize or expect the result of the court. I accept that our appointed authorities are individuals who are learned, qualified and are fair and hence will convey a simply controlling,” Odinga commented.