Opposition chief Raila Odinga is expected to lead anti-government demonstrations on Wednesday, July 12.
The Azimio leader unveiled a public website on Tuesday, July 11 for the collection of signatures with the aim of ousting President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua.
Raila Odinga urged Kenyans to show up for the nationwide protests despite warning by the head of state and notice by the Inspector General of police declaring the demonstrations illegal.
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03.20: Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has called for the immediate arrest of Azimio leader Raila Odinga
03.15: Azimio leader Raila Odinga has cancelled Kamukunji rally
13.49: Protesters disrupt transport along Waiyaki Way after blocking the road at Kangemi
13.42: Police chase Azimio politicians Martha Karua, Jeremia Kioni and Peter Munya out of Meru town as their attempts to address protesters flop.
13.38: One Person feared dead as police engage protestors who burned a police vehicle in Emali along Nairobi-Mombasa highway.
13.33: Police and Azimio Protestors clash in Nakuru County.
12.40: Police lob teargas to disperse protestors at Kamukunji grounds, Nairobi
11.44: Nairobi Expressway Services interrupted by protest. Toll services at Mlolongo, Syokimau, and SGR toll stations temporarily stopped.
11.20: Anti-riot police teargas Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi while leading Azimio protests in Nairobi.
11. 14: Protestors engage police in running battles in Kisii County, sections of major roads in the region inaccessible.
11.00: Police lob teargas at protestors in Mombasa.
10.24: Protestors in Kisumu County witnessed playing football at a bus terminus in the lakeside city.
10.05: Kenyans from several counties including, Migori, Kisii, HomaBay, Nyamira, Mombasa and Nyeri start demonstrations with some barricading roads, paralyzing transport activities.
09.24: Several businesses in Nairobi Central District remained closed as business owners anticipated anti-government protests.
8.30: Security beefed up in Nairobi, Kisumu and other areas in anticipation of Wednesday anti-government protests.