Nationwide protests have started in different parts of the Country.
The protests have been called by Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga who among other demands wants the Kenya Kwanza government to lower the cost of living.
Some parts of the Country were generally quiet with little to no activity being witnessed on Wednesday morning.
In Kitale, for instance, businesses went on undisrupted as police intensified patrols in the area.
In other parts of the country, however, Kenyans engaged the police in running battles as the latter used teargas on them.
Two people were hospitalised at Oruba Nursing Home in Suna West, Migori County after they were shot with rubber bullets on Wednesday morning.
In Kilifi, the police arrested Kilifi South MP Ken Chonga and his personal assistant Victor Katana arrested in connection to the protests.
Some protesters were arrested in Mathare, Nairobi during the demonstrations.
A section of youth engaged the police by throwing stones as the police shot in the air and lobbed teargas at them.
Two youths were arrested and one was found with a knife.