Two Nation media journalists were beaten up following the Supreme Court ruling that upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta's victory on Monday.
Daily Nation reporter Stella Cherono and Cameraman Brian Moseti were attacked at Lucky Summer area in Nairobi where they had gone to cover protests.
Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, Ms Cherono stated that they were confronted by a group of youth after alighting from their vehicle.
She, however, confirmed that no one was severely injured in the incident as they had won protective gear.
“When we arrived in Lucky Summer, some youth came towards us and started roughing us up. They accused us of being police officers. They went ahead to question me asking where I was coming from,” Ms Cherono stated.
"The rowdy group robbed us of our belongings. I was hit on the head with a panga and kicked and my collegue was also attacked in the process. They also overturned a police car that had escorted us. They even tried to break into our vehicle so as to steal more belongings,” she added.
Reports indicate that the youth were in the streets as early as 10 am chanting 'no Raila, no peace' slogans.
They managed to penetrate a police barrier and marched wielding pangas and robbing people along the way.
In Kisumu, a section of residents took to the streets to demonstrate and even set a car ablaze.
The angry crowd forced businesses to come to a standstill as shop owners opted to shut down for fear of being robbed.
In Migori County and Kibra in Nairobi county, two people were shot dead as protesters engaged police officers in running battles.
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