• Thursday's rally in Nakuru will be held at Mazembe Grounds from 1pm, Raila said.
• Azimio has not scheduled any rally over the weekend, seemingly to ensure sufficient rest for its leaders ahead of D-day on Monday.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga is gearing up for Thursday's public baraza in Nakuru County as the onset of mass action on Monday draws closer.
The Nakuru rally and one on Friday in Kiambu County are the last before Monday's showdown amid a warning from President William Ruto that Raila must ensure Kenyans' safety during the demos.
"Tukutane Nakuru kesho!" Raila said via his Twitter handle, moments after Ruto fired a salvo at him.
"We have no problem with you organising demonstrations but please it is your responsibility to work with the police to make sure that the rest of the citizens of Kenya, their lives are not disrupted, their property is not destroyed, and their business is not affected and they can go to work (then) you can carry out your demonstrations," Ruto said.
"And we must tell my good friend Raila Odinga enough is enough. You cannot continue to blackmail the country," he added.
Ruto spoke at State House, Nairobi when he met a delegation of leaders from Trans Nzoia county led by Governor George Natembeya.
Thursday's rally in Nakuru will be held at Mazembe Grounds from 1pm, Raila said.
Azimio has not scheduled any rally over the weekend seemed to ensure sufficient rest for its leaders ahead of D-day on Monday.
It is highly expected that the Opposition doyen will respond to Ruto's remarks in Nakuru considering its government's responsibility to provide security during demonstrations.
Natembeya's declaration that no protests will be allowed in Trans Nzoia County is also unlikely to go unchallenged as the 'date with destiny' on March 20 draws closer.
"Our date with destiny beckons, and on the 20th of this month, we shall answer that call," Raila said while in Kilifi on Monday.
"Indeed, Operation Ruto Out is well underway," he said while in Siaya on Tuesday.
The warm-up for the mass action has started gathering pace, particularly in Raila's Nyanza backyard albeit with ugly scenes dotting the events.
On Wednesday, a group of rowdy youth who were holding anti-government demos in Kisumu stormed an event by the Communication Authority of Kenya and ate food meant for delegates.
They left the scene in disarray forcing the event to end prematurely as exhibitors packed their belongings and left in a huff.
The event had been organised to mark World Consumers' Rights Day.
Apparently, the demonstrators wanted to have a word with ICT CS Eliud Owalo whom they accused of being used by Ruto to destabilise the region.
Owalo was, however, not present at the event which was officially opened by CAK boss Ezra Chiloba.