The country’s Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua announced today that the President elect Dr William Ruto will be sworn-in on Tuesday 13th September, 2022 at Kasarani Sports Stadium.
Ruto whom victory was upheld at Milimani Law Courts by the seven bench judges of Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice, Martha Koome on Monday will take the oath of office and assume presidency to become the fifth President of Kenya. Deputy President-elect Rigathi Gachagua will also take an oath on the same day.
Speaking after chairing an Assumption of Office meeting attended by leaders and members of Kenya Kwanza Alliance, Mr Kinyua said the swearing in will be conducted under the law, between 10am and 2pm, in which the day was declared a public holiday in which all Kenyans are invited.
“That date is Tuesday, September 13 and the ceremonies shall be held at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani. The date shall be a public holiday of general observance throughout the territory of the Republic,” Dr Kinyua said.
The military has been parading at Kasarani to ensure security is tightened ahead and during the event which is expected to be attended by thousands of Kenyans, heads of missions and a number of heads of state.