Japhet Koome, the Inspector General of Police, has told the Azimio la Umoja Coalition to stop the planned protests.

On Sunday, an information guard in Nairobi told the news media that no one would be allowed to hold protests the following week.

Police IG Japhet Koome

Koome asked Kenyans to keep going about their normal lives and go to work. He promised them that more security staff would be put in place all over the country.

"There will be extra officers all around the country to guarantee everyone's safety.  No one will be able to scare us," he said. "We will not be scared."

The IG went on to say that the problems politicians brought up were political and needed political solutions.

"We can't tell them anything about where the server they're talking about is. We want that they handle them from a political standpoint," Koome said.

On Monday, March 27, demonstrations organised by the alliance headed by Raila will take place from dawn until nightfall in Nairobi and other regions of the nation. This will take place at the same time that President William Ruto is in Berlin.

Ruto has made it clear that anyone who tries to get in the way of businesses will be dealt with, and he has emphasised this point.

When it comes to damage to property, he said that no one is above the law.

The president stressed that there was no reason for anyone to get in the way of free enterprise, disrupt business, or hurt the economy for their own personal gain.

Raila Odinga, who is in charge of the opposition, has said that the protests that are planned for next week will follow the law.

He said that the Azimio La Umoja alliance follows the law and plans to stay peaceful in the future.

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