- The party commended the police for being patient with the protestors, despite being provoked.
- They also accused retired President Uhuru Kenyatta of sponsoring the demonstrations, adding he should be made accountable of the damages as well.
Politicians affiliated to United Democratic Alliance now want the police to arrest Opposition Leader Raila Odinga following the Monday demos.
Speaking during a press brief to the media, the party members want the authorities to hold Raila Odinga and other Azimio leaders accountable for damages caused during the demonstrations.
"We want them to be charged for every stone thrown, property destroyed and looted and lives lost, no matter who they are," they said in a statement read by UDA's Chairperson Cecily Mbarire.
They also accused retired President Uhuru Kenyatta of sponsoring the demonstrations, adding that he should be held accountable for the damages as well.
The party commended the police for being patient with the protestors, despite being provoked.
"The police officers stayed calm during the demos despite being provoked by the goons, they maintained peace and order... We salute you for rising to the occasion."
Mbarire also stated that the government should establish if Raila is above the law.
"If he is above the law, there's no further purpose to ask anyone to follow the law."
Raila had earlier said they intended to conduct a peaceful demonstration in Nairobi and to hand a petition with demands to President William Ruto.