The two leaders have been working together since their 2018 handshake, with allies of the President suggesting that he will endorse Raila for the presidency in the awaited polls for next year.
There have also been reports that the two are planning to unite their parties to strengthen Raila's bid, after initial thoughts by allies of Deputy President William Ruto that Uhuru could abandon Raila.
But the ex-Premier on Monday said that they remain united, suggesting that Uhuru and Jubilee also subscribe to his 'Azimio La Umoja' idea, and Jubilee will as a result attend the final meeting on Friday.
The leader confirmed that it is at Kasarani that details of his unity deal with Uhuru will be made public, adding that the plan, just as the name suggests, is to unite the country and bring all people together.
"We are almost at the peak of the journey we started in 2018. Friday will show that Kenyans are united. Kenyans will speak on Friday and the face of Kenya will be there," he added.
He made the remarks after meeting Jubilee and ODM officials from Nairobi County.
His union with Uhuru comes at a time when the President seems to have reneged on his initial promise to endorse the DP as his successor. Ruto is now blaming Raila's entry for their fallout.
Uhuru has thrice indirectly endosed Raila; in Thiba, Kibra and Nakuru, and while speaking in Nakuru, accused Ruto for being too hasty, telling him that Raila will ultimately catch up and overtake him.
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