President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has this evening travelled to Nairobi for the swearing in ceremony of Kenya’s president elect Uhuru Kenyatta.
Museveni who was welcomed at the Kinyatta International airport was welcomed by Kenya’s Foreign affairs minister.
Kenyatta who is taking his second term in office will take the oath of allegiance, and the oath of due execution of office, before signing them.
Similarly, the Assumption of Office of the president committee chaired by Secretary to the Cabinet Joseph Kinyua has gazetted the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, as the venue of the function that should by law be held not earlier than 10am and not later than 2pm.
The swearing-in follows last week’s Supreme Court decision to throw out a petition challenging Mr Kenyatta’s second term win.
President Kenyatta Deputy President William Ruto will also take the same oaths for his office.