President to camp at the Coast after two-day Christmas rest
He will inspect development projects, as well as continue with the campaign plans for his reelection bid.
Uhuru has been using his development record, coupled with the ability to unite Kenyans to seek a second term in office.
The tour will start after his two-day December rest on 25 and 26.
He recently toured Western, Rift Valley and Eastern regions, where he launched several projects.
In Mombasa, he will inspect government projects and host the New Year’s party at State house.
The President is also expected to engage small traders and meet opinion leaders.
Though the finer details of his tour could not be released for security reasons, multiple sources confirmed the President will traverse the four counties to meet residents. He will also visit different spots in Mombasa to join both Kenyans and foreigners in the festivities.
State House spokesperson Manoah Esipisu said in the last briefing the President said he wants people to directly tell him of their concerns.
“The President is honest, open to everyone and serving all Kenyans equally,” he said.
President will also be accompanied with senior government officials, local leaders, professionals and grassroots leaders during his tours.
Multiple sources within State House confirmed the President will stay in Mombasa until January.
The President will also hold several meeting at the Coast with opinion leaders, entrepreneurs and religious leaders before travelling back to the city. The Deputy President will join him later in Mombasa.