National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga on Sunday unveiled a new plan ahead of the fresh presidential election next week.
Speaking during a rally at Matisi Centre in Kitale, the Opposition leader called on his supporters to participate in demonstrations two days before the set poll date.
"There will be countrywide demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday. Then on Thursday No Elections," he proclaimed.
He hit out at the Jubilee party for poaching former NASA loyalists stating that they were being misled.
"We have seen defectors being taken to Statehouse little do they know that they have boarded a bus headed back to Egypt. Those who stay with me will get to Canaan," he conveyed.
Meanwhile, President Uhuru Kenyatta led the country in national prayers where he urged Kenyans to uphold peace before, during and after October 26.
Speaking at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru County on Sunday, President Kenyatta asked Kenyans not to allow politicians to incite them to fight.
“Even as I urge all Kenyans to come out and vote, those who will vote and those who will not must remember that after October 26 they will still be neighbors and they must continue to live together harmoniously,” he stated.
He added: “If all Kenyans embrace peace, Kenya will emerge a stronger nation after October 26.”
On his part, Deputy President William Ruto assured Kenyans that the country would continue on the path of stability after the presidential poll but urged them to say no to the politics of tribalism and hatred that had the potential of plunging the country into trouble.
“I know there is anxiety in the country. I know there are those who do not know what will happen. But we have come to Nakuru for prayers so that the country can know all is well and that God is in charge. And like He has done before, He will take us across this hurdle,” DP Ruto maintained.
The Deputy President noted that the country was in uncharted waters following the ruling of the Supreme Court that annulled the August 8 presidential election but God was with Kenya and would take the country through the present situation.