- Karua is among other several Azimio bigwigs have been blocked from leaving their homes.
- The whereabouts of Azimio leader Raila Odinga remains unclear.
Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has said that the actions of police harassing protesters show that they are scared of Kenyans.
In a tweet on Monday, Karua said that the police should stop harassing boda boda riders going about their businesses.
"The illegitimate Ruto regime cannot suspend the right to the peaceful procession and unleash a reign of terror on Kenyans. We must continue to resist until we restore our constitutional order," she said.
"Why harass bodaboda riders earning their daily bread in a battered economy? The actions of police today reveal that this illegitimate regime is scared of citizens."
In a video shared by activist Boniface Mwangi, police are seen arresting boda boda riders and their motorbikes taken.
This is after protesters stormed the CBD for demonstrations.
Karua is among other several Azimio bigwigs who have been blocked from leaving their homes.
The whereabouts of Azimio leader Raila Odinga remain unclear.
Karua reportedly spent the night at her home but was unable to get out of the compound with police had blocked the road.
It is not clear where Raila spent the night as little activity was seen on the road leading to his Karen home.
However, Raila has tweeted that he is on the way to the city.
"Naona Kazi Imeanza tuko njiani nasi. #DateWithDestiny20thMarch," he tweeted attaching a video of leaders at KICC.
Some MPs have already staged a sit-in at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre in the CBD with police arresting a number of demonstrators.