A Northland Invaders member reveals the sponsors in the statement, "We were Paid Ksh 3K and Provided a Machete."

A well-coordinated gang member who broke into a home belonging to the family of Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has revealed information about sponsors, their compensation, and the planning behind the invasion. Reports say the attack coincided with the Azimio One Kenya Monday protest. 

Reliable accounts indicate that three politicians sponsored the invasion. Yet, the nation has voiced alarm with the government's silence in the hours following the raid. They questioned whether those responsible for the attack would be detained.

Three thousand people were employed and given Ksh 3,000 per person.

Yesterday, religious leaders spoke out against acts of violence and urged Azimio and Kenya Kwanza to engage in discussion.

Azimio leader Raila Odinga claimed he was using his right under Article 37 of the Constitution, which permits protests, by calling for widespread action.

The head of Azimio la Umoja, Raila Odinga, told his supporters that this week's anti-government demonstrations will still occur.

This promise was given following a significant demonstration on Monday.