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PHOTOS: Cat and mouse games, closed businesses as Azimio pushes on with protests

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 Migori residents protest against the high cost of living on March 27, 2023. [Caleb Kingwara, Standard]

As the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition pushed on with their second week of country wide protests against the high cost of living, many business premises remained closed.

This is despite the high number of security officers that were deployed to keep the protestors at bay.

Below are pictures captured from various parts across the country.

 Anti-riot police officer put off a bornfire in Nairobi's Kibra slum as Azimio supporters engaged them in running battles. [Denish Ochieng, Standard]
 Anti-riot police officers put of a bornfire lit by Kibra youths. [Kipkemoi Ngeno, Standard]
 Empty streets and closed business premises within Nairobi CBD. [Samson Wire, Standard]
 Closed business premises within Nairobi CBD as Azimio staged the second week of ant-government demos. [Samson Wire, Standard]

 Kibra youth lit bornfires as they engaged police in running battles during the second week of Azimio la Umoja antigovernment demos. [Denish Ochieng, Standard]

 Youth in Kibra barricade roads during Azimio la Umoja protests on March 27, 2023. [Kipkemoi Ngeno, Standard]
 Closed business premises with Kisumu town. [Harold Odhiambo, Standard]
 Kisumu youth barricade roads during the Azimio antigovernment protests. [Harold Odhiambo, Standard]
 Police in Migori ready to take on Azimio la Umoja protestors on March 27, 2023. [Caleb Kingwara, Standard]
 Empty streets within Nairobi's CBD during Azimio la Umoja protests. [Samson Wire, Standard]
 Youth barricade roads during the Azimio antigovernment protests. [Denish Ochieng, Standard]
 Anti-riot police officers keep vigil in Kisii during Azimio la Umoja demos on March 27, 2023. [Sammy Omingo, Standard]
 Anti-riot police officers keep vigil in Kisii town ahead of Azimo protests on March 27, 2023. [Sammy Omingo, Standard]
 Anti-riot police officers clear a barricaded road as they contained antigovernment protests in Kibra on March 27, 2023. [Denish Ochieng, Standard]
 Closed business premises during the Azimio la Umoja antigovernment protests on March 27, 2023. [Samson Wire, Standard]
 Anti-riot police officers keep vigil in Nairobi on March 27, 2023. [Samson Wire, Standard]

Photos by Samson Wire, Denish Ochieng, Caleb Kingwara, Harold Odhiambo and Kipkemoi Ngeno.

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