- Kenya Kwanza had asked Raila to include his children in the protests.
- Winnie urged Azimio supporters to converge in the CBD on Monday.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga's daughter Winnie Odinga has claimed that her phones have been hacked ahead of Monday's march to State House.
Winnie, who is also a member of the East Africa Legislative Assembly, asked Azimio supporters to meet in Nairobi Central Business District for the planned protests.
"All electronics hacked! All completely unusable, all dead! Meet me in the streets!" Winnie tweeted on Monday.
Winnie's tweet could signal that she will actively participate in the Azimio protests against the government.
President William Ruto's allies have previously criticised Raila for keeping away his family members while urging Kenyans to go to the streets to protest.
The opposition has planned for protests to put pressure on President Ruto's administration to address a raft of issues including lowering the cost of living.
Police have already erected barriers on major roads leading to the State House in anticipation of the planned protests.
Police had on Sunday declared the protests as illegal and not permitted.