Lawyers in Kenya today begin a week-long boycott of court attendances to protest killing of their colleague Willie Kimani, his client and a driver.
Kimani was killed alongside his client Josephat Mwenda and a taxi driver Joseph Muiruri over a suspected tussle with Police officers and their bodies were dumped in the river.
Isaack Okero (Chairperson Law Society of Kenya) has written to various judicial divisions notifying them of the one-week boycott that is aimed at paralysing court operations across the country.
Hundreds of Kenyans will take part in a demonstration calling for an end to extra-judicial killings following murder of a lawyer, his client and a driver.
Protesters and civil society members were seen carrying placards and coffins outside Machakos Law Courts.
Investigations underway as the three suspects expected in court today face murder charges.