Jubilee leaders on Sunday took their campaigns to Kiambu County, saying the Supreme Court ruling will not deter the party from winning again.
They said their move to disagree with the Supreme Court ruling that nullified the August 8 presidential elections does not necessarily mean that they lack respect for the Court.
The Jubilee team was led by Deputy President William Ruto, Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa, Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka and Governor Ferdinand Waititu (Kiambu).
Addressing wananchi in Thika town after attending the Sunday sermon at the St Andrews Anglican Church, Ruto said it is unfair that the court could overturn the decision of 15million Kenyans who elected leaders of their choice on August 8.
“15 million Kenyans woke up early to vote and there is no dispute with the votes President Uhuru Kenyatta got. But it is unfair for the court to execute, orchestrate and do a coup to overturn the verdict of millions of Kenyans,” Ruto said.