Kalonzo said it would be hypocritical for anyone to castigate the church leaders, arguing everyone calls for prayers from time to time.
"We know things will change through our prayers. It would be very bad for people who are not perpetrators of violence to suffer when the real culprits are free," he said.
The VP expressed confidence that the country will never witness electoral violence as happened after the last polls.
"Some foreign countries think that we are animals who are out to butcher one another, but I believe that Kenyans will never again rise against one another," said the VP.