Religious authorities have urged Kenyans to be prepared to accept the Supreme Court's decision when it is announced on September 5.
The leaders pleaded with Kenyans to accept the verdict and uphold peace during a press conference presided over by Alfred Rotich of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops.
"We urge all Kenyans regardless of their political affiliation to accept the ruling of the Supreme Court as the position of justice. It is Kenya that will have won either way," Rotich said
The leaders also urged the judges to carry out their duties with the utmost honesty, justice, objectivity, and public confidence.
"It is our prayer and confidence that truth will prevail and justice will be served," Rotich added.
We hope and believe that the truth will win out, and justice will be done, Rotich said.
The leaders also urged Kenyans to remain composed while they awaited the supreme court's decision on the presidential election petition.
They claimed to have prayed for the Supreme Court's judges and workers.
The candidates for the various seats were also praised by the leaders for maintaining the peace before, during, and after the elections.
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