President Kenyatta has vowed to ensure no one stands in his way of leaving behind a united nation.
Kenyatta, who spoke during the launch of Simba Cement factory in Salgaa, Nakuru County on Tuesday, said his mission to bring Kenyans together through the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) was unstoppable.
"Let's not be afraid of coming together. It is what is necessary for stability and to move this country forward. I will not be shaken. That is where I am and I will continue on that path until Kenyans have peace, not living in fear every five years,” said Kenyatta.
"We want Kenyans to vote, go home, eat ugali and chapati, wait for the results and be at work the next day without any bloodshed."
He called on elected leaders to avoid politics and instead focus on delivering services to Kenyans.
"On this journey, no one can stop me. I've said this before. On this journey we will get to our destination," he added.
The plant, owned by Devki Group, will have the capacity to produce 750,000 metric tons of cement annually and create at least 700 direct jobs. Kenyatta said the opening of the factory was in line with his Big Four Agenda, particularly manufacturing.