By ALLAN KISIA
"Kenyans are already in an election mood and majority of voters want to go to the polls in December. The commission should give Kenyans a new date," said Ruto.
He said President Kibakiâs term ends in December while that of MPs expires in January, next year.
"Going to polls in March next year would mean the President will be in office illegally. Isaack Hassan should also read the mood of the people," he stated.
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta said the G7 Alliance will form the next government regardless of whether elections are held this year or next.
"When elections come, we will be there as a team and we will certainly form the next government," said Uhuru.
Saboti MP Eugene Wamalwa echoed Uhuruâs sentiments, saying the journey to victory began on Saturday with the announcement of the polls date.
" G7 is a team that will win the elections even if they are held in March," he reiterated.
He added: "It is injury time and the whistle has been blown. We have 11 months before we emerge victorious."
Wamalwa said the elections will have the G7 and ODM as the main contenders.