President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to travel to Uganda on Thursday.
The two leaders are expected to sign an agreement that will compel Kenya to disarm Turkana Pastoralists after incidences of cattle rustling became rampant on the border of the two nations.
The deal is expected to promote peace between different communities on the borders of Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia.
The government of both nations have raised concern over the ownership of guns by the communities.
The Kenyan government in collaboration with its neighbors recovered more than 40,000 guns between 2007 and 2010.
Uganda’s Minister for Karamoja Affairs John Byabagambi has confirmed that the two heads of state will sign the agreement tomorrow in Moroto.
The two nations have been keen on ensuring that there is no illegal flow of guns among the pastoral communities in the country.
Kenya and Uganda share cordial ties. In March, Uhuru gifted Museveni a piece of land to construct a dry port in Naivasha.
Museveni promised to continue working with Kenya for the sake of economic empowerment of the two nations.
"We also look forward to partnering on other projects with our Kenyan brothers. For example, they have offered us land to build a dry port at Naivasha. The SGR is a project we are partnering on,” President Museveni said.