The vice president, Rigathi Gachagua, has already refuted claims that he wants to stir up trouble during protests that the opposition Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party planned to stage the following week.

DP Gachagua denied the allegations made against him by Azimio leader Raila Odinga in a speech delivered on Friday in Kisii, adding that neither he nor other Kenya Kwanza leaders intended to carry them out.

He uttered stuff like "Itaharibiwa," "Kama ataharibu atakutana na hawa," "Sisi tuko kwa serikali," "Kama ataharibu ni polisi atapambana na hao," and "Sisi ni wa rangi gani."

At a press conference on Thursday, Mr Raila Odinga asserted that Kenya Kwanza leaders were planning to infiltrate the following week's protests to attack and possibly murder protesters.

Mr Odinga accused DP Gichagua of allegedly organizing some youth to infiltrate the Azimio protest to cause chaos during a press conference at his Capitol Hill office in Nairobi.

"The goal of the meeting was to mobilize youth for the distribution of attire that resembled that of Azimio's Movement for Defense of Democracy. According to the meeting, the children will be prepared to kill at least 1,000 people before accusing Azimio leaders at the ICC.