- Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga is set to hold a rally on Wednesday at the Kamukunji grounds.
- Raila vowed to reveal what transpired during the August 9 general election.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has said any form of violence under the guise of protests will not be tolerated.
He warned that the government will act decisively against any violent and chaotic conduct.
"Looting, harassment and disruption of businesses under the guise of protests will be dealt with accordingly," he said.
Kindiki said demonstrations, picketing, airing of grievances, meetings and assembly must be peaceful.
"We expect those who are engaging in these activities to respect our constitution and the law," he said.
Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga is set to hold a rally on Wednesday at the Kamukunji grounds.
Raila vowed to reveal what transpired during the August 9 general election.
He said they have gathered sufficient evidence and conducted a thorough research and probe on what saw President William Ruto declared winner.
The ODM leader said the Azimio coalition will be holding a public consultative meeting and not a protest.
In a statement on Monday, he clarified that the Kamukunji event is aimed at bringing Kenyans together to share ideas on nation-building.
However, the Star has established that many MPs including top ODM officials are reluctant to the plan as the Azimio top brass stage their first meeting at the Kamukunji Grounds.
Many lawmakers are concerned that Raila's faithful supporters are fatigued after his "painful" loss in the presidential polls.