Kenyan rapper Brian Omollo, popularly known by his stage moniker Khaligraph Jones has urged President-elect William Ruto to pursue the nation’s healing after the hotly contested election.

Khaligraph poured out his rhetoric in a freestyle song entitled “Usiache Akemewe” which loosely translates to “do not allow him to be rebuked”.

In the song, Khaligraph notes that the country is healing from the election and therefore is still shaky with a lot of sadness, and it would be nice if Ruto addressed the matter of reconciliation.

“As you assume the role I hope you get this information. We are just from an election so the country is still shaky, a lot of sadness in the air lately, but this is from a good place, so I hope you don't mistake me,” the song goes.

“And to my supporters, I also hope you won't hate me, but there is an issue that only you can address: reconciliation - that's what we need to start afresh.”

Khaligraph says in the song that some people are hurling insults at the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga and that does not go well with him and several other people including his mother.

However, he goes ahead to say Ruto has the potential to change all that because he is godly and has gone through the same treatment and therefore understands better.

“Yes, a man of integrity, put the country together because hatred is not a necessity now. Baba is being attacked, people calling him names but you can change this narrative coz you've been through the same,” Khaligraph says.

The recent election polarised the country along political lines with one section behind Raila and the other behind Ruto.

So sharply divided they are as some of Ruto’s supporters gloat about their victory, while some of Raila’s supporters are still at pains trying to come to terms with their loss.

The situation was precipitated by the hotly contested election whose results were disputed, leading to the Supreme Court petition.

The seven-judge bench upheld Ruto’s victory and declared him the president-elect and is waiting to be sworn in on Tuesday before assuming office.