Kenyan opposition has vowed to continue with protests scheduled for today despite police warning.
The protests started last week and turned violent in several opposition strongholds.
Opposition leader, Raila Odinga said they would be held every Monday and Thursday to rally the country against the high cost of living and alleged electoral malpractices.
But the head of police, Japhet Koome, said he had not approved of any demonstrations and warned of mass arrests.
However, Kenyan law does not require police approval for protests.