The President visited Mr Moi on Sunday ahead of the ruling by the Supreme Court that will either uphold or nullify his win in the repeat election on Monday.
"I visited and had lunch with Former President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi in Kabarak, Nakuru," he tweeted on Sunday.
Here are some of the photos:
Former President is considered to be Uhuru's political mentor after publicly endorsing him for the presidency in 2002 under the KANU ticket.
Also present during the visit was Baringo Senator Gideon Moi who welcomed the president
On Saturday, President Uhuru warned that he would not allow a few individuals who are out to satisfy their selfish political ambition to destroy Kenya.
Speaking during the funeral service of late Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru, at Kagumo High School, President Kenyatta stated that the country was governed by the Constitution and the rule of law that every Kenyan must abide by irrespective of their station in society.
“We cannot allow a few people to destroy the country. We have a Constitution and we are a nation that is governed by laws. We must all abide by them,
“We demand that we must continue to be a nation that is guided by the Constitution and that lives within the rule of law.
“We want to be people who abide by the law. As President, I followed the law even when I felt I had been wronged. Others must also abide by the law and the Constitution,” President Kenyatta explained.