“If you are planning to demonstrate tomorrow, you will be dealt with accordingly. Whoever you are, it doesn’t matter,” said Koome.
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party leader Raila Odinga led the anti-governmental protests which were held across the country.
However, since the Monday protests, the veteran politician is yet to be arrested as earlier threatened by the IG.
On Wednesday, March 29, ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna revealed why the former Prime Minister is yet to be arrested since he held the demonstrations.
In an interview with Spice FM, Sifuna, who is also the Nairobi senator, claimed that those who want Raila arrested are undecided on who to effect the arrest.
Their minions are in agreement that Baba (Raila Odinga) needs to be arrested. However, where they are stuck is the person who will make the arrest,” he said.
He said those that seek the arrest of Raila ought to sit down and agree amongst themselves who will do it.
“Let them agree amongst themselves who will come and arrest Raila,” Sifuna said.
The ODM spokesperson further revealed that he had received a message from their lawyer that he and former Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya have been summoned by the DCI.
“I have been summoned to the DCI. Though they have not sent me a written summon. I just heard it from Danstan Omari who is the coalition lawyer and they said they want me and Oparanya to appear before them. We don’t know for what,” he said.
Sifuna further asked the Kenya Kwanza government not to evade arresting Raila by summoning juniors to the Azimio la Umoja camp.
“Summoning or arresting me …. I am a small player in this particular course. So let them take their grievances and in fact the president himself said it. If you have a problem with Raila deal with Raila,” he added.