Even in Kibera, the sprawling slum where much of last week's violence occurred, Odinga supporters said they were ready to move on. He urged the President to pursue those efforts to bring together all elements of the Kenyan Society to move the country forward.
"At the end of the day we are all Kenyans, we don't need to fight one another, we don't need to destroy each other's property, we don't need to take life", he said.
Odinga's Coalition has rejected the results, claiming massive fraud, and said it will not go to court to challenge them.
Both local and worldwide observers also chimed in, saying the voting process was conducted fairly and that they hadn't witnessed any signs of manipulation.
A six-month-old girl has died in Kenya, her doctor told Reuters on Tuesday, after her parents said she was teargassed and clubbed by police in a security crackdown after last week's disputed election.
Results streamed by the IEBC were not backed by forms 34B, the documents signed by party and candidates' agents in constituencies, the opposition leader said.
Zeid is also expressing concern that Kenya's oversight body for non-governmental organizations has called for the African Centre for Open Governance to be shut down and its directors arrested.
Kiai said the government is acting "like people who have stolen", elections.
The National Super Alliance (NASA) chief Raila Odinga continues to fights his battles alone especially after being snubbed by the worldwide community in his efforts to have President Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in August 8 polls cancelled.
"Kenyans have said that the election is behind them, the majority have returned to work", he added. Akombe, a dual USA and Kenyan citizen, was not given any reason why she was stopped from boarding, the officials said.
Odinga, who was defeated by incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta, has accused the electoral authorities of fraud tantamount to "democracy's slaughter". She was to board a connecting flight to the U.S. Wednesday morning more than 10 hours later, said the officials.
More than 15 million Kenyans voted in the August 8 polls, delivering a resounding victory for president Uhuru Kenyatta who won by over 54% to Odinga's 44.7%.
He has not publicly provided evidence to support his claim or clarified where he obtained alternative tallies showing him leading by several hundred thousand votes.