The Azimio coalition has developed a new website so Kenyans can share recordings of the following biweekly anti-government protests.

Via Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi, the Raila Odinga-led opposition group said that this was done in response to what it perceived as a threat to media freedom about coverage of the protests.

In response to grave danger to free speech, Wandayi tweeted, "We want to reassure Kenyans that we have put in place a safe web platform where the public are invited to report incidences in the form of images, videos, and audios during our weekly peaceful protests."

"This information will be available to the general public. It will enable us to inform interested parties and the broader public about our progress and national events as they are happening.

The lawmaker stated that anyone with a phone or camera could access and post anonymously on the web while being held on Monday during protests in Nairobi and eventually released.

All those who intend to cause trouble will be caught by a number of our IP-enabled spy cameras that will transmit in real-time to our cloud servers, Wandayi continued, adding that anyone can also access the content remotely.

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Following the previous week's protests, Odinga vowed that they would continue to hold the demonstrations on Mondays and Thursdays regarding what he called public demand.

The government threatened to revoke six television stations' licenses on Wednesday through the Communication Authority due to their live coverage of the protests on Monday.

Citizen TV, K24, KBC, NTV, TV47, and Ebru TV were criticized by CA for allegedly breaking the code of coverage.

The head of the regulator, Ezra Chiloba, argued that live broadcasting of the protests amounted to inciting the people and might upset the peace in the country.