Business was disrupted in Nakuru town on Monday after Matatu proprietors who were fighting their eviction from Business District conflicted with hostile to revolt cops.
Transport was influenced and organizations shut as Protesters drew in police in running fights.
Recordings shared online show Protesters shouting while at the same time vowing to shut any endeavors to show them out from the business-rich CBD.
A section of protesters also broke into an anti-Nakuru Governor song saying “Lee must go”.
Police officers lobbed teargas at protesters who were in turn pelting them with stones. One police landcruiser’s windshield was broken during the scuffle
Several protesters who spoke to Inooro TV said the protests will go on until they get audience with their Governor.
“We have tried having talks with our governor so far to no avail, he just sends police to harass us when we protest,” James Mbugua, a salon owner in the town said.