He also called for the speedy passage of the Land Bills, the Public Finance Management Bill and the County Governments Bill to beat the deadline set out in the Constitution, saying Parliament must work with the Executive to endorse Bills meant to anchor the Constitution within the recommended time frames.
National Assembly Speaker Kenneth Marende said Parliament would do its best to ensure that it passes the laws as required.
"I am satisfied that we have we have done well, largely performed above average. Your Excellency and Kenyans, whatever we have not done that is our duty to do as the 10th Parliament, we recommit ourselves to do before we leave," said Marende.
Parliament has on some occasions sat up to mid-night to pass Bills to beat the Constitutional deadlines as it blamed the Executive for laxity.
The President also took the opportunity to applaud the Kenya Defence Forces who are in Somalia fighting the Al-Shabaab militia in anarchic country, saying Kenya and the international community is ready to help restore peace in Somalia.
Since Kenyan forces went inside Somalia in October last year, Al Shabaab has carried out some attacks and threatened more retaliatory attacks and Kibaki yesterday urged Kenyans to remain vigilant and take precautionary measures.
He also called for cessation of hostilities between Sudan and South Sudan over border disputes and urged the two neigbours not to return to war.
"Having played the role of an honest mediator to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, Kenya calls for a ceasefire and an end to the escalating hostilities. Sudan and South Sudan must not return to war," said Kibaki.
He pointed out that the stability of the two neigbours and Somalia is key for the prosperity of the region. The two neigbours have been recently engaged a struggle over the control of the oil-rich Heglig region.