President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned that he will not allow anarchy to reign in the country, adding that he is prepared to defend the Constitution as he vowed while taking oath office.
In a televised address to the nation on Wednesday evening, President Uhuru Kenyatta confessed that the country was undergoing difficult times but exuded confidence that together, Kenya will overcome the challenges.
"My government will protect your right to travel, go about your business & when this is over, work together to make up for this. I will not let anarchy to take place in this country . I am determined to defend our constitution," he said.
He continued: "We are guided by the constitution, anybody who wishes to change what is planned tomorrow must do so within the law."
He further said that tomorrow's repeat presidential election presented an opportunity to show the world that Kenya is democratic nation.
"Tomorrow we head to the polls, we have yet another opportunity to show the world that we are a free modern state. Our forefathers fought and died for our right to vote. Let no one take it lightly. I tell all my international partners that we will get through this together as Kenyans."
The President also called on Kenyans to maintain peace and remain united regardless of political differences.
"Your neighbor is your sister, whether you vote or not should not change the way you relate to each other," he said.
He further said that the fact that the Supreme Court nullified a presidential election in Kenya sent a message the democratic progress the country has made.
" As a nation, we have every reason to be proud of our progress and maturity. Nullification of elections was an opportunity for us as a country to proof to the world,we have matured democratically."