Azimio Leader Raila Odinga on Monday, March 27, gained access to some estates within Nairobi despite heavy police presence in residential estates.
At 1.30 p.m, Odinga's procession left Lavington and made its way to Kawangware, where he addressed Azimio supporters and made several stops.
The former Premier's close confidant Prof Makau Mutua shared a video from inside Odinga's vehicle, which revealed how well-coordinated Raila's command unit was to ensure that he holds mass protests.
In the clip shared by Prof Mutua, he rode along with Odinga in his vehicle. Seated in the co-drivers seat was one of Odinga's bodyguards who was constantly speaking on his walkie-talkie.
One of the alerts he received was information on the situation in Dagoretti as the procession made its way to Kawangware.
"I am in Dagoretti and the thing is turning to stage two. You are supposed to reach stage two in 20 minutes," the voice on the other end of the walkie-talkie.
Upon inquiry by Mutua, the bodyguard confirmed to him that they had broken through a barrier after certain cars 'had to be removed.'
The male voice on the other end went ahead to provide directions on how the Azimio party leader would gain entry to the Central Business District.
"From Kangemi, he may use the Expressway to enter the town," the voice stated. The bodyguard responded, "just go slow if you have already opened because we have the protestors with us."
However, Odinga and Mutua quickly interjected, insisting that his protestors should not be left behind.
In response to the clip, ICT Chief Administrative Secretary Dennis Itumbi claimed that the clip proved that Odinga had infiltrated the police communication channel.
"Our agents are reporting that Raila has Police communication radio and the operations had been compromised.
"They are able to move and act based on police communication. We have shared the information with the police for necessary action" Itumbi stated.