By Nick Mwirigi

Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang'ula has called on Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga to seek a peace handshake with Kenya Kwanza leader William Ruto.

Speaking Friday at a funeral service in Bungoma, Mr Wetang'ula urged Mr Odinga to concede defeat and shake hands with Dr Ruto.

However, the Bungoma senator-elect was quick to add that the handshake will not constitute a power-sharing deal, but rather would help bringing calm to the country.

Dr Ruto was declared victor in a hotly contested presidential election, where Mr Odinga came in a close second. Mr Odinga has since declared intentions to challenge the presidential election results in court.


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