The Azimio la Umoja supporters demonstrators have been dispersed by the police officers by lobbied teargas at them.
The demonstrators wanted the audience with the independent and boundaries commission chairman mr Wafula Chebukati over the matter of deputy CEO Kulundu who was suspended from her duties a week ago.
Earlier photos of the demonstrations.
The Azimio members of Parliament are protesting the interdiction of madam Kulundu who was the deputy chief executive officer in the independent electoral and boundaries commission for what they are terming a witch hunt as a result of facilitating the events that saw four commissioners object into g the 2022 election results.
The leaders want Mrs. Kulundu to be reinstated back to her job without conditions since they term her interdiction as a witch hunt due to her stand.
The demonstrators led by members of Parliament were forcing themselves inside the commission's office since it had remained closed.
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