• He said he will also be experiencing the same problems as Kenyans and the need is for people to be united to move forward and experience change.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has said he is not leaving but only changing his home address and will always help the incoming regime where needed.
Speaking Sunday night to vernacular media outlets, Uhuru said the only change will be that he will no longer be the President and will not be working from State House.
"We are going nowhere, we will still be working together, there is a lot of work to be done. I have only left one job and I'm going to start another one, "he said.
Once out of office after Tuesday's general election, the head of state said he will also be experiencing the same problems as Kenyans and the need is for people to be united to move forward and experience change.
"If elders send me to solve a problem or send me on a task, I will still avail myself to do the work. We will all be in this country sharing the same problems and issues," he said.
Uhuru added that clans and people who look up to him are people he will still continue to help whenever called upon.