Meanwhile, President Uhuru Kenyatta Monday met IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati and discussed the October 26 repeat election.
Heads of United Nations and African Union (AU) have expressed their organisations' commitment to assist Kenya in ensuring credible and transparent process in the forthcoming rerun of the recent presidential election.
Kenya's chief prosecutor has ordered that opposition leader Raila Odinga's sister should immediately be charged with inciting violence against the election commission.
Speaking to the press after meeting Chebukati, Odinga said the recent resignation of Commissioner Roselyn Akombe was a confirmation of the alliance's fears that the poll agency was not ready to conduct credible elections.
The ruling was a rare victory for veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga, who has since refused to take part in the re-run, accusing the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) of failing to make required reforms. They attacked election staff and destroyed tents and polling material, witnesses said.
"But no one should use violence or intimidation to disrupt the right of others to vote or to participate".
"We made it clear that we have no demands or conditions on this subject. Now they really should deliver", the President said following the meeting at Harambee House.
The two leaders said they continued to closely monitor developments in Kenya, in the light of the forthcoming election.
"Inflammatory rhetoric, attacks on institutions, and growing insecurity all make holding a credible and fair poll more difficult.it is unsafe, and it must stop".
Ambassador Godec warned President Uhuru Kenyatta against signing into law the Election amendment Bill which is now before him.
Mudavadi said Monday's meeting was held with top diplomats from the United States, the European Union, Britain, Norway and Denmark at the request of the embassies.
With just days to go before the scheduled vote the IEBC has suffered a series of upheavals.
"Four Commissioners are taking instructions from State House, we can not go to an election with such people in office", said Raila, at a political rally at Kamkunji grounds in Nairobi last week.