When the Supreme Court ruled AGAINST Raila Odinga in 2013, this is what he said:
“It is my hope that the incoming government will have fidelity to our Constitution, and implement it to the letter for the betterment of our people.
I wish president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy president-elect William Ruto best of luck in this endeavour.
I remain confident in the Judiciary despite the Supreme Court not ruling in our favour. My concession was made in the interest of peace and so that the economy will no longer be held hostage by the electoral process.
Although we may not agree with some of its findings, and despite all the anomalies we have pointed out, our belief in constitutionalism remains supreme.
Casting doubt on the judgement of the Court could lead to higher political and economic uncertainty, and make it more difficult for our country to move forward.”