Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition has distanced itself from damage of property and loss of lives witnessed during Wednesday anti-government protests.
The coalition says it is confident they are not to blame for loss of a single life and any damage of property.
Speaking from the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga foundation the coalition chief Raila Odinga has turned the blame to the police whom he accuses of using excessive force as an order from President William Ruto and hired goons
The former premier has asked the head of state to make good his threat of arresting him, noting that his quest to save the Mwananchi from the high cost of living lives on
He has also confirmed and castigated the arrest of ODM national Chairman Wycliffe Oparanya and lawyer Makua Mutua terming it a weakened form of a threat.
“Among those in police custody is our very able member of Parliament for Mavoko, the honourable Patrick Makau and as we speak we have just learnt of the arrest of the honourable Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya,” Eugene Wamalwa said.
Odinga has said that the opposition will not be cowed by the arrest and has asked for another round of nationwide protest this coming Wednesday