Kenya’s top musicians have been lined up to perform this Tuesday as the president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta takes oath of office at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani. Afro-pop group Sauti Sol; gospel musicians Rufftone, Ringtone and Daddy Owen; and singer Jaguar, have all been lined up to perform. The musicians will perform before the president-elect, deputy president-elect and the incumbent President Mwai Kibaki arrive for the swearing in ceremony. President Kibaki will be the last one to arrive at the venue. The musicians have been at the Kasarani Sports Complex for the whole week where full rehearsals are being carried out ahead of the historic inauguration of the son of Kenya’s founding president on April 9. The mix of urban Kenyan, pop, gospel and contemporary will provide useful entertainment for Kenyans at the stadium and those watching from home, and provide a background for the dazzling marches by Kenya’s Armed Forces one that will be Kibaki’s last to inspect. Other artists who will perform at the event include gospels artistes Emmy Kosgei, Jemimah Thiong’o and rapper Madtraxx.