• In the meeting, Raila said they have no fear as they plan the protests adding that no one can threaten them.
• He said Kenyans can even go to government offices as they hold their demonstrations.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga on Thursday held a meeting with other leaders and supporters at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Foundation in Nairobi.
Raila said he would lead mass protests to State House today but instead, held a meeting with Azimio leaders at the foundation.
In the meeting, Raila said they have no fear as they plan the protests adding that no one can threaten them.
He said Kenyans can even go to government offices as they hold their demonstrations.
"Kenyans from today will hold protests, they will hold demos. They will unite for the sake of changes for our country. It is all legal under the law. Kenyans can even go to official government offices. They can also strike and decide not to show up to work as they wish. Kenyans can hold demos from anywhere," Raila said.
In the morning, Police officers were deployed along State House Road Nairobi in preparation for Raila's mass action protests.
The protests were to lead to the State House.
Police were patrolling the area in anticipation of confrontations with Azimio supporters should Raila call for mass action.
On Thursday, the 14-day ultimatum Raila gave President William Ruto lapsed.