• Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot claimed the aim of MOnday's mass action was to slow down investigations on the theft Sh28B from the National Treasury.
• Gachangua asked Uhuru to reach out to Raila and ask hiom to call of Monday's protests.
Azimo's mass action scheduled for Monday dominated Sunday's thanksgiving prayer meeting in Kapsabet which was attended by President William Ruto.
Leaders at the meeting who included Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Prime Cabinet Secretary Musilia Mudavadi and a battery of governors, MPs and senators asked the police to ensure they protect public property and innocent lives.
The leaders said the Constitution does not allow picketing at prohibited areas such as State House.
Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot claimed the aim of MOnday's mass action was to slow down investigations on the theft Sh28B from the National Treasury.
Majority leader Kimani Ichung'wah alleged without evidence that the Azimio protests and rallies were being bankrolled using looted funds from public coffers.
"We will follow to the last coin and have the suspects account for them," Ichung'wah said.
The Kikuyu MP blamed retired President Uhuru Kenyatta as the person behind the current political temperatures in the country.
"He does not want to peacefully retire, he wants to make the country ungovernable using Raila Odinga," Ichung'wah said.
Gachangua asked Uhuru to reach out to Raila and ask hiom to call of Monday's protests.
He said Uhuru witnessed how the country has been ruined economically and should not sit and watch as the little of what is left is destroyed by protests.
"Please Uhuru Kenyatta nakuomba within the few remaining hours look for your brother tell him to stop that nonsense of getting people to Nairobi to come and destroy property," he said.
"It is immoral, unacceptable, it is ungodly and it cannot be accepted in a normal society," he added.
While speaking in Ongata Rongai, Raila said the grand march to State House on Monday by Kenyans is on and is unstoppable.
He urged Kenyans to turn out in larger numbers in Nairobi CBD for this momentous journey.
"Tukutane KICC Kesho asubuhi na mapema wazalendo," he said.