• The committee convened a meeting on Tuesday with representatives from Ruto's office to plan ahead of the swearing-in ceremony.
Head of public service Joseph Kinyua has declared Tuesday a public holiday.
The holiday is in respect to the swearing-in ceremony of William Ruto as the president of Kenya.
Kinyua said September 13 will remain a holiday as he urged Kenyans to unite and celebrate the day.
"The date of the swearing-in will be a public holiday of general observance throughout the territory of the republic," he said.
The committee convened a meeting on Tuesday with representatives from Ruto's office to plan the big day.
The representatives included Ruto's chief of staff Davis Chirchir, Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi, Uasin Gishu Woman representative Gladys Shollei and UDA secretary general Veronica Maina.