CCTV footage captured a group of youth staging an attack on Raila Odinga's gas plant in the Industrial Area, Nairobi on Monday, March 27.
In the clip released by East African Spectre Limited, the group of 10 men assembled at the firm's main entrance and posed as bystanders.
When the road and human traffic in the area reduced, they began collecting stones in the vicinity and hurled them at the main entrance.
They not only targeted the windows of the security guards but also the main building in the facility. One of the protestors nearly got struck by a rock he threw after it bounced off the gate.
For one minute, they continuously pelted stones in broad daylight. Motorists and pedestrians using the section of the road avoided any confrontation with them.
Some of the faces of the vandals were captured on camera after the caps of the hoodie they dressed in to conceal their identity fell off.
However, they did not gain access to the facility. The youths then left the scene on foot while two of them used a getaway motorcycle.
More footage revealed that several cars parked in the compound were damaged. A number of windows on the main block were also shattered.
The firm is yet to issue an official statement on the attack disclosing the value of property damaged or whether any of its employees were injuried during the attack.
Earlier, an unknown number of individuals invaded Northlands, a vast tract of land owned by the Kenyatta family along the Eastern Bypass.
Armed with power saws, they fell an unknown number of trees and made away with several sheep grazing on the farm.