Celebrations by United Democratic Alliance (UDA) supporters who took to the streets to celebrate the Supreme Court decision to uphold William Ruto's win did not interrupt business and traffic flow in Kajiado County.
Jubilant UDA supporters dressed predominately in yellow attires and carrying Ruto's portraits engaged in songs and dance but kept calm allowing business to flow uninterrupted.
At the populous Kitengela town, hawkers remained along the roads selling their merchandise as UDA supporters' chanted.
Shops and supermarkets remained open with traders noting that there were no indications of any intentions of looting since those celebrating were well organized in groups.
Those who celebrated along the Nairobi Namanga road used pedestrian walks allowing free flow of traffic.
On their part, most Azimio supporters remain calm.
A section of residents who spoke to K24 Digital affirmed that it was time for citizens to honour the ruling of the apex court and embrace unity in order to realize the country's development.
"We had hoped that the Ruto election would be nullified, but it has not happened. Our next duty is to be patriotic enough to honour the court verdict and maintain peace. As ordinary citizens, we just ought to assume the Supreme Court adhered to the constitution since we cannot academically prove," Ouma Joe, a resident, said.
Mary Seneta a parliamentary seat aspirant for the Kajiado East constituency who lost to ODM's Kakuta Maimai lauded Kajiado residents for maintaining peace after the verdict.
Seneta affirmed that she believes that Ruto's administration is a government for all and not UDA supporters and therefore Azimio supporters should not feel left out.
"It is no longer about who supported who but how we are going to soldier on together as a united people," Seneta said.
The calm was also witnessed in other satellite towns including Ongata Rongai, Kiserian, Ngong, Kiserian, Namanga and Loitoktok.
In the rural areas, locals who were listening to radios for updates on the anxiously awaited verdict also remained calm.
Some expressed shock, saying they expected nullification of the results going by the advocates' arguments in court that pointed out some element of election rigging evidence.