This week, all eyes will be on Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua who will be in charge of the country.
This comes as President William Ruto begins a four-day foreign visit to Germany and Belgium for bilateral trade talks.
His working visit abroad coincides with Azimio la Umoja coalition’s week two planned countrywide maandamano.
The Raila-led coalition will be holding its dawn-to-dusk protests in Nairobi and other parts of the country on Monday, March 27, at a time when the President will be in Berlin.
It remains to be seen, how the DP will respond to the demos dubbed “mother of all protests” by the Opposition.
Ruto and Gachagua have been calling on Raila to tone down on the protests because they disrupt businesses, which is not good for the country.
Ruto has insisted that anyone who will attempt to disrupt business will be dealt with accordingly.
He said that no one was above the law when it comes to the destruction of properties.
The President emphasized that there was no reason whatsoever for anyone to stand in the way of free enterprise, disrupt business or sabotage economic activity for personal interest.
However, Opposition leader Raila Odinga has maintained that next week’s demos will be held within the law.