Parliament Road and Harambee Avenue will be closed to the public for security reasons.
Ruto will inspect a guard of honour (his first since assuming office on September 13), before delivering a speech in the Bicameral House.
His address will herald the commencement of the legislative processes of the 13th Parliament.
Legislators are expected to be seated by 2.30 pm, while the President’s speech will begin at 3.00 pm.
Religious leaders will make a prayer before the official address, followed by a convocation of Speakers of the Senate and the National Assembly. The National Assembly Speaker will then invite the president to make his address. Once he is done, the two speakers will then adjourn Parliament.