One NASA Supporter Shot, Others Injured During Anti-IEBC Demonstrations

NASA protesters. / COURTESY
NASA protesters. / COURTESY

Three people have been injured during the NASA anti-IEBC demonstrations happening in Nairobi outside the IEBC offices.

Two have been involved in a hit and run where they are said to have knocked down by a Toyota Prado KBQ 609G.

The other protester has allegedly been shot in the leg by the police as he was trying to snatch a phone from a motorist.

The protests will according to Homabay Woman Representative, Gladys Wanga go on until 6 pm.

She has maintained that the three day protests will only end when the commission meets the opposition’s ‘irreducible minimum’ demands and gets rid of CEO Ezra Chiloba.

The protesters together with their elected leaders have retreated to Uhuru Park’s freedom corner.

Two of the injured persons are stable as one is in critical condition at the Kenyatta National Hospital.


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Protesters have been teargassed in Kisumu and Kachock in Kakamega.

The protests have kicked off in Mombasa, Kisumu, Vihiga counties.

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