Editor's Review

Raila has called for mass protests on Monday countrywide.

Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has denied reports that he has bolted out of Monday's Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance mass action.

A statement by his Comand Center communications lead Paloma Gatabaki clarified the reports terming them as fake.

"Our attention has been drawn to this image circulating in social media using @Kenyans frame. This is FAKE NEWS! Kalonzo Musyoka's stance is clear and unequivocal: Lower the cost of living and end electoral malpractice. No amount of intimidation will alter our stand," Gatabaki said in a tweet which Kalonzo also retweeted.

Raila has called on his supporters to assemble in Nairobi on March 20 for what he has dubbed "The grand march to reclaim our nation".

ODM leader Raila Odinga at a political rally ahead of Monday's demo.

President William Ruto warned against chaotic protests and asked the opposition chief to work with the police to ensure all Kenyans are safe and no property is destroyed.

Raila's allies have lined up roadshows across the city estates on Saturday and Sunday to prepare the ground for the mega rally set to be attended by thousands of Azimio supporters.

The mobilization rallies will be led by Azimio MPs in Nairobi and MCAs as well as grassroots leaders.

They will address the press on Sunday to give a status update on the mobilisation.

Already, the coalition has written to the police informing them of their intent to hold a demo on Monday.

Azimio's leadership has already given Members of Parliament a go-ahead to transport more supporters from rural areas for Raila's most consequential political move in recent his