Kenyans should treat those protest calls with contempt- Gachagua reveals police plan on monday.
Deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua has once again called upon all Kenyans to boycott the monday mass action.
Speaking on saturday,The second in command stated that officers would be deployed in several sections of the CBD to allow Kenyans to go to work and open their businesses.
He further urged all business people in the central business district, to go on with their businesses as usual.
He also told off Raila Odinga for being inconsiderate to hustling Kenyans by planning to stage a protest on a work day.
He stated,”Kenyans should treat those protest calls with contempt and move on with their work as usual; security agencies will provide security to ensure that hardworking and peaceful Kenyans are not disturbed and distracted. “
“It is very unpatriotic, irresponsible and immoral for any leader to call for demonstrations when the Government is working hard to stabilise the economy,” he added.
All roads leading to Key institutions such as state house, are all road blocked with barracks and police.
The police will also use intelligence reports to map out areas where there would be violence to contain the plans.
On his part, opposition leader urged supporters to carry a white handkerchief which they will wave up the air as a sign of peace even as they protest.
He stated,”want to ask our supporters to come with white handkerchiefs as a sign of peace.”
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