•Kibaki's casket was ferried from Lee Funeral Home to Parliament for the second day of public viewing.
•During this time, the public will be allowed to view the body ahead of the State Funeral on Friday at Nyayo Stadium.
The body of the retired president Mwai Kibaki arrived at Parliament Buildings in Nairobi from Lee Funeral Home on Tuesday morning for the second day of public viewing.
Kenyans who did not view Mwai Kibaki's body on Monday will now get a chance to pay their last respects.
The retired President Kibaki's body will lie in state from Monday to Wednesday.
During this time, the public will be allowed to view the body ahead of the State Funeral on Friday at Nyayo Stadium.
The government made changes to the funeral programme of Kibaki regarding the public viewing of his body on Monday.
The national state funeral steering committee had initially said that the public would be allowed to view the body at Parliament Buildings on Tuesday and Wednesday between 9 am and 5 pm.
The plans changed on Monday after the arrival of the body at Parliament Buildings.
Kibaki will be buried on Saturday, April 30, at his Othaya home in Nyeri County.
The third President will be accorded full military honours and protocols, which include conveyance of the body in a Gun Carriage, accompanied by Military Musical Honours and a 19 gun-salute.