Azimio Launches IP-Enabled Spy Cameras, Web Platform For Protests Coverage » Uzalendo News
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party has launched a web platform to document and share events during their weekly peaceful demonstrations.
The platform, mddkenya.com, invites members of the public to post photos, videos, and audios of the protests anonymously or publicly.
“This material will be available for the world to see. This will enable us keep the public and all stakeholders informed of progress and real-time occurrences across the country,” National Assembly majority leader Opiyo Wandayi said in a statement.
Wandayi further revealed that it was launching IP-enabled spy cameras.
The cameras will be situated at different locations across the country to capture those who intend to cause mayhem during the planned Monday, March 27, planned mass protests.
“All those that intend to cause mayhem will also be captured through a number of our IP-enabled spy cameras that will transmit to our cloud servers in real time,” the press release read in part.
Wandayi said that the platform was a response to the “real threat to the free media” posed by President William Ruto’s government.
“In the face of real threat to the free media, Kenyans need a secure web platform where members of the public are invited to post occurrences.”
Azimio announced that the platform will accept photo, video and audio evidence of real-time happenings during the protests.
“This material will be available for the world to see. This will enable us to keep the public and all stakeholders informed of progress and real-time occurrences across the country,” Wandayi informed the public.
Azimio further revealed that anybody with a phone or a camera, can access and post anonymously or view the material remotely.
The statement from Azimio was made a few hours after Police Inspector General (IG) Japhet Koome outlawed the planned protests.
“We are ready as the police to ensure that there is calm in the entire country starting with Nairobi. Every Kenyan should go on with their work tomorrow. Ours is to ensure that every corner of this country is secure and safe. This is our country and I would urge all of us to be proud to be Kenyans.”
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