Meanwhile, the government has warned that police will not tolerate any breach of peace in the country.
In a statement to newsrooms on Sunday, State House Spokesman Manoah Esipisu said the violent protests witnessed in some parts of the country are unlawful and police will do their work to restore law and order.
Mr Esipisu, however, said peaceful protests are lawful and protection by police will be offered.
On Sunday, calm returned in riot-hit Mathare and adjacent areas of Huruma after perceived Nasa supporters took to the streets to protests election result Friday night.
A 10-year-old girl was among people killed after she was hit by a bullet on the chest when police moved in to quell the protests in Mathare area.
With the gazetting of the President and the Deputy President’s election, the State House spokesperson said the country should now move ahead towards the attainment of development objectives.
At the same time, Deputy President elect William Ruto has reached out to election losers in Jubilee and Nasa calling for a common front in ensuring the unity of the country.
Mr Ruto who spoke during a Sunday service at the Faith Evangelistic Ministry in Karen said Kenyans must respect the outcome of the elections. The just concluded election, Mr Ruto said, was an indication that the country’s democracy was maturing.