This comes at a time when the two leaders are seeking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta as the fifth head of state once he leaves office this year.
During this period, a good number of Kenyans have been looking forward to witnessing their leaders to give their stand on whether they will accept election results or not.
According to the former Prime Minister who also doubles as the presidential candidate for Azimio camp, he will accept defeat if he loses. Earlier on, DP Ruto was demanding that Raila should come out clear on matters results.
This is a good relief to the second in command who can now rest assured that his opponent will not raise any issues that might jeopardize the peaceful transition of power when the right time comes.
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