EALA MP Winnie Odinga now claims that all her electronic gadgets have been hacked.
Winnie, who is the daughter of the ODM leader Raila Odinga, said the gadgets are now completely unusable.
She has however declared that the Monday demo is still on and that she will be participating in it.
"All electronics hacked! All completely unusable, all dead! Meet me in the streets!" She tweeted.
Raila asked his supporters to converge at the Central Business District for their Monday demonstration.
Addressing a church function on Sunday, Raila said they will converge at the CBD before starting their mass action.
"I'm calling on all Kenyans of goodwill to wake up very early in the morning and gather at the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD)," Raila said.
In response to a police ban that said the demo is illegal, Raila said that every Kenyan has a right to hold a demo since it is a constitutional right.
"The mass action is your right, and there is no one who should by any means take that right from you," Raila said.
The demo is set to begin this Monday against President William Ruto's regime.