- They said the planned demos will disrupt the peace that is already in the country and affect the economy further.
- Nyali MP, while also addressing the media has called out Azimio Leaders in regards to the Tuesday's announcement.
Muslim leaders in the country have urged opposition chief Raila Odinga to suspend the scheduled demos as Ramadhan begins on Wednesday.
While addressing the media, the leaders said Raila should respect the holy month of Ramadhan.
"Tunatoa mwito kwa wale waandalizi wa maandamao waheshimu waislamu na mwezi huu kwani ni mwezi wao wa ibada," they stated.
This is loosely translated to: We are urging organisers of the demonstrations to respect Muslims as it's their month of prayers.
Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims chairman Coast region Muhdhar Khatarmy Sharif said the planned demos will disrupt the peace that is already in the country and affect the economy further.
"The solution must be found to fix this situation, instead of hurting people during the process," the leaders stated
Nyali MP Mohamed Ali, while also addressing the media called out Azimio Leaders in regard to Tuesday's announcement.
He said violent demonstrations go against the constitution of the country and should be re-thinked.
"These actions during the holy month of Ramadhan risk causing harm to members of the Muslim community who will be observing their daytime fasting," he said.
He also said the Muslim community condemns the call for demos every Monday and Tuesday.
"This blessed month is time for reflection and peaceful coexistence, we urge the opposition to engage in peaceful, non-violent protests," he added.
Raila had on Tuesday said he will be leading protestors every Monday and Tuesday starting next week.