DCI investigates Monday`s Mass action
The DCI is set to investigate persons behind violence on Monday`s Mass action.
The Azimio la Umoja political party held a nation wide Mass action protests as promised. Though it was promised to be a peaceful demonstration, there was violence to an extreeme that the police had to intervene. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations, (DCI) have launched investigations on the "Acts of Violence" by the protestors which cost lives and injuries.
This launch comes days after the Azimio la Umoja leader, Raila Odinga, announced that the protests will now be happening twice a week. Speaking on a press briefing, Raila said that the additional day was due to public demand until their decries were solved.
Raila is calling upon the Rulling government led by president William Ruto to lower the prices of basic needs. He also demands that the IEBC server should be opened and votes be re-counted to determine the rightful president. Raila believes that his votes were stollen and demands justice.
On the same note, the deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua has warned the Azimio la Umoja against protesting. Rigathi says that closure of business is costing individuals in addition to disruption caused. He has dared them to carry on with their planned protests.