Rights activists in Mombasa on Tuesday engaged police in cat and mouse games as they protested against the alleged theft of Covid-19 funds.
Police officers were forced to lob teargas canisters at the activists but this did little to dampen their spirits.
The Tuesday demos come a day after human rights activists in Kisumu and Nakuru held similar protests demanding for arrest and prosecution of those involved in the alleged theft and loss of billions of Covid-19 funds.
They called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to address the nation on the allegations of corruption and announce transparency and accountability measures to be undertaken to safeguard resources against further theft and bring those implicated to book.
Three human rights activists were arrested during the street demonstrations in Nakuru to pressure for government action against corruption especially on the alleged plunder of billions of meant for mitigating the pandemic.
A similar demo was also carried out in Nairobi last week.