• Tuesday's elections, his legacy and retirement plans are expected to feature prominently in the interview.
• Also expected to feature prominently in the interview is Uhuru's fallout with his principal assistant Deputy President William Ruto.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is at this hour addressing the larger Mt Kenya region in a live interview from State House, Nairobi.
The interview is being broadcast live across several Kikuyu TV and Radio stations.
The two-hour interview was scheduled to start at 6 pm and end at 8 pm.
Tuesday's elections, his legacy and retirement plans are expected to feature prominently in the interview.
Also expected to feature prominently is Uhuru's fallout with his principal assistant, Deputy President William Ruto.
The president has in recent days bombarded Ruto in public outbursts saying he has been propagating propaganda and lies in his bid to woo voters.
Uhuru, who endorsed Azimio la Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga as his preferred successor has been calling on the electorate in Mt Kenya to vote for the ODM leader.
The interview is among Uhuru's last as a sitting President as he plans to hand over the instruments of power to whoever will win the August 9 election.
The election is a day and several hours away with campaigns having officially closed at 6 pm on Saturday.
Raila and Ruto are neck-and-neck in the presidential race which also features Roots Party leader, George Wajackoyah and Agano Party flag bearer David Waihiga.