President Uhuru Kenyatta has addressed the recent shooting of three people who were part of opposition demonstrations against IEBC on Friday.

Speaking on Sunday during a tour of Nyeri, President Kenyatta defended the conduct by police during the incident.

He said that the police had to defend themselves in case they are attacked.

In Homa Bay protesters were shot dead after allegedly attacking a police station.

President Uhuru Kenyatta addresses his supporters at Burma market after his election win was annulled by the Supreme Court. /REUTERS

The president questioned why protesters attacked a police station, “yet the Jubilee presidential candidate does not reside there”.adding that there was no need to bring about destruction in the name of peaceful demonstrations.

He maintained that there was no need to bring about destruction in the name of peaceful demonstrations.

He further told NASA leader Raila Odinga that despite visiting various countries, there will be no power-sharing deal.

“Let foreigners come for tourism and trade but let them not interfere with the politics of Kenya which is the will of the people,” said President Kenyatta.

The Head of State insisted that the October 26 repeat presidential election will go on and urged his supporters to come out in large numbers to vote.