Mr Uhuru Kenyatta said Kenya was now waiting for the World Anti-Doping Agency to declare it compliant with its rules – a move which will open the way for Kenyan athletes to take part in the Olympic Games in Brazil in August.
“Kenya has always supported clean sport and will continue to do so,” he added.
Kenya, an athletics giant, missed two Wada deadlines to show it is tackling cheating in sport. The country won 11 medals at the London 2012 Olympics and topped the table at the World Championships in Beijing last year with 16 medals.
But the country has become mired in doping and bribery allegations, with more than 40 athletes failing drugs tests since 2011. Wada placed it on a “watch list” of nations at risk of breaching its code and gave it until April 5 to comply.