- The former Prime Minister shared photos of what appeared like a bullet hole on the vehicle on his Twitter account claiming police shot at the car.
- "Today they wasted no time in attacking her vehicle," he said.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga now says there was an attempt on his life and that of Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
He said during the demonstrations on Monday, their cars were shot at, but they escaped unharmed.
"There was an attempt on the lives of both Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka. Their cars were shot at but luckily, they were unharmed. We remain horrified and disgusted by the response of the police," he said.
Raila spoke on Wednesday during an address to the nation.
He lamented that at a time the country is going through major security challenges with the scourge of bandits in the North Rift, a large number of officers were deployed to peaceful demonstrations.
On Monday, Azimio spokesperson Makau Mutua shared images of a badly damaged windscreen, claiming that it had been hit by a bullet.
"A bullet has hit our vehicle in which Baba Raila Odinga is riding," Mutua, who was in the same car said.
They also claimed of an alleged attack on EALA MP and Raila's daughter Winnie Odinga.
Raila said her car was shot at, condemning the act.
The former Prime Minister shared photos of what appeared like a bullet hole on the vehicle on his Twitter account claiming police shot at the car.
"This illegitimate regime has consistently shown animosity towards my daughter Winnie, and today they wasted no time in attacking her vehicle," he said.