National Super Alliance (Nasa) has revealed plans to increase its nationwide anti-Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission protests from the current two to three days a week.
The opposition outfit said it will now stage demonstrations against the electoral commission every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
In a letter addressed to Nairobi County Police Commander Japhet Koome, NASA Chief Executive Norman Magaya said they will stage demos outside IEBC headquarters in the aforementioned days to push fir the removal of officials who bungled the cancelled August 8th election and for the ruling Jubilee to shelve the proposed amendments on electoral laws.
“This demonstration will also serve to demand the withdrawal of the Election Laws (Amendment) Bill 2017 being fronted by Jubilee Party,” the letter stated.
Magaya called on the police to provide security for the opposition leaders and supporters, who will participate in the protests.
Anti-IEBC protests have been held twice a week im the last two weeks, with a majority of the demos turning violent in some parts of the country.
On Friday, one man was shot in Homa Bay and a supermarket looted and property destroyed in Kisumu.
In Nairobi, demonstrators were scattered by police as they attempted to make their ways to Anniversary Towers and clashed with a group connected to the Jubilee party.
Nasa has ignored the pressure by the international community to call off the demos, maintaining that their demands must be met before the repeat election scheduled for October 26th.