Fayulu’s statement came as the main opposition party UDPS claimed on Tuesday that its candidate Felix Tshisekedi had won and that a meeting with Kabila was being prepared.
“The two figures have an interest in meeting to prepare a peaceful and civilised transfer of power,” said UDPS secretary general Jean-Marc Kabund.
Talk of a possible rapprochement between the UDPS and Kabila was also fuelled after Tshisekedi told newsmen the president could be honoured for his behaviour after stepping down.
“One day we will even have to think of paying tribute to him (Kabila) for agreeing to withdraw,” Tshisekedi said in an interview.
Of the three main contenders for president, Kabila has backed Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary as his preferred successor.
But as the other key opposition candidate, Fayulu in his statement warned the electoral commission “against any attempt to disguise the truth of the polls”.
CENI must “publish the provisional results of the presidential election in the near future,” he said.
According to the initial timetable, after provisional results are released, definite results are due on January 15 with the swearing-in of the new president three days later.
The DRC has a long history of political violence and suspicions of political manipulation and electoral fraud run deep.
It has never experienced a peaceful transition of power since gaining independence from Belgium in 1960.