President Uhuru Kenyatta will lead Jubilee Party campaigns in Kakamega county today.
Uhuru and deputy president William Ruto will start their tour by addressing residents at Sigalagala before proceeding to Khayega.
The Jubilee Party leader will head to Shinyalu afterwards before addressing a public rally at Bukhungu stadium.
In Kakamega, the leaders are expected to highlight their development agenda as theypitch for their re-election on August 8.
Uhuru will face off with NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga and six other candidates.
He has been on the campaign train since IEBC cleared him as a candidate.
On Friday, Uhuru took the campaigns to Bomet where he cautioned opposition supporters against listening to the messages of hate and division spread by their leaders.
Uhuru said inciting sentiments like those issued by opposition leader Raila Odinga in Kajiado were a recipe for violence.