Protestors have left journalists in stitches after they demanded fresh teargas from the police. They said they only want teargas manufactured in 2023 thrown at them.
"Tunataka ile imeandikwa 2023, ile fresh ndio tuskie utamu wa maandamano," they said.
This is loosely translated: We want the one manufactured in 2023 so that we can enjoy the demonstrations.
They also want the police to remove the roadblocks to allow them to join other protestors in the CBD.
"Unblock the roads, we want to go to town, the roads are not yours, don't block them, we are all Kenyans," they said.
One person has reportedly been shot during protests, near Toi Market in the Kibra subcounty.
A trader was heard saying that the man is a mechanic, not a protester.
Kibra protestors have taken to the streets at Olympic carrying stones as they await ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Some carried packed stones on their heads as they went to the streets. Many shops were closed in the area.
Police have also arrested a number of protesters defying the order not to engage in the demo.
Rowdy youths have been pelting police vehicles with stones with police responding by lobbing teargas canisters.
Earlier, they stoned a vehicle owned by a media house that was ferrying media personnel covering the demo.