Kenya’s opposition has begun a second day protest over the high cost of living and tax hikes.
This comes after police clashed with demonstrators and arrested at least three hundred people on Wednesday.
The Wednesday-to-Friday demonstrations are the third round of protests that the opposition has called this month.
Veteran politician Raila Odinga has repeatedly asked his followers to engage in acts of civil disobedience against a government he accuses of raising the cost of living and consolidating power.
Odinga lost last August’s election to President William Ruto, his fifth election loss in a row.