After a video showing civilian police personnel obstructing the coalition's demonstrations in an ambulance surfaced, Azimio La Umoja One Kenya leader Raila Odinga called the National Police Service (NPS) to account.
Three civilian police officers are seen firing tear gas canisters at the opposition coalition demonstrators on St. Mary's ambulance in a video that has gone viral on social media.
After the altercation on Ngong Road erupted, they escaped when the Azimio fans began throwing stones at the car.
"I highlighted this specific vehicle that was disguised as a St. Mary's Ambulance in my statement from yesterday. Today, they weren't carrying any medical supplies, were they"? Odinga smirked.
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On Monday, Odinga said that Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, had organized a scheme to disrupt the Azimio demonstrations with unrefined weapons for the exercise being transported in a car painted to seem like a St. Mary's Ambulance.
According to Odinga, "Mr. Gachagua had also established a weapons and order centers in two distinct places at a residence near to the Kenyan Bomas that a former Cabinet Secretary owns as well as on Hillcrest Drive, Nairobi, belonging to a serving Cabinet Secretary, to carry out plots against ordinarily peaceful demonstrators that are nasty and violent."
Odinga pointed out that the action violates both the Implementations of the Global Humanitarian Law Accord and the Geneva Convention's respect for and protection of medical shipments.
In no circumstances, he added, "may medical transportation be utilized to PROTECT MILITARY OBJECTIVES, COMBATANTS, oractivities from assault."
To pressure The presidency of President William Ruto will address the high cost of living and election changes, Azimio Protest Odinga led rallies on Monday in Kawangware and Kibra.
With other opposition parliamentarians, Odinga was escorted by the Narc Kenya Leader Martha Karua and Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
The police fired tear gas canisters at the migrating crowd, some carrying banners and twigs and dancing to the music being played during the rally, so Odinga's group did not have a smooth trip.
When they passed through the informal settlement on their route to Naivasha Road, the opposition leaders made multiple stops to address the audience.
Demonstrations led by Odinga committed to fighting for the high cost of living to be lowered.
"We won't give up until the cost of living is down and the server is operational", according to Odinga.
After opposition leader Raila Odinga organized anti-government protests, a mosque and a church were set on fire in Kibra on Monday night.
Following a series of rallies in the slum addressed by opposition leaders on the second day of widespread protests against the high cost of living and a victory Odinga claims was stolen from him in the election last year, fighting between two rival gangs intensified.
One resident added, "What is occurring is very bad, religious sites must be excluded from this."
County fire engines were able to put out the fire before it spread to any homes, according to Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja.
Authorities didn't immediately report or confirm any casualties.
Chaos typified Monday's protests, especially in Kisumu, where villagers who had been forbidden from marching into town engaged in a violent altercation with police, which resulted in at least one person being shot dead.
Animals were wiped out, trees were down, and others were set ablaze during an invasion at a sizable farm owned by the family of the late former president Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi.
Similar violence was used against Odinga's East Africa Spectre Limited, a gas firm destroyed after being stoned by armed thugs.
In either event, authorities have not made any statements.