Azimio To Use IP Enabled Spy Cameras During Protests, Releases Website For Sharing Photos & Videos.
The Azimio la Umoja one Kenya coalition Party has released a website that will be used to upload videos, audios and photos from their demonstrations every Monday and Thursday and this has been shared by Opiyo Wandayi who is the Minority leader in the National Assembly.
Azimio through Opiyo Wandayi added that the material will be available for the whole world to see and it will enable them keep their stakeholders informed on the progress of the demos in real time.
Azimio will also use IP enabled spy cameras during the demonstrations and they further warned those planning to cause trouble that they will be captured.
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