At least two journalists have been reportedly injured during the latest round of anti-government protests in Nairobi and other parts of Kenya.
In the capital, a cameraman was reportedly bloodied by a teargas canister which hit his face and tore his skin.
In Kisumu, another cameraman was seriously injured by a group who reportedly pelted him with stones for filming them as they allegedly robbed a supermarket.
A statement from the Kisumu Journalists Association says Eric Nabiswa missed a step when fleeing and broke his ribs.
It had initially looked like a peaceful day, with armed security monitoring tense but quiet hotspots around Nairobi.
Earlier on, opposition leader Raila Odinga, his running mate in the last elections, Martha Karua, and other leaders of the Azimio coalition addressed ecstatic supporters.
Unlike Monday’s chaos, both protesters and police appeared restrained.
But later in the day police appeared to prevent Mr Odinga’s convoy from accessing some parts of the capital.
They also attempted to disperse gathered crowds with teargas canisters and fired pink water from cannons.
Some crowds responded by throwing rocks at a nearby police station.
In some residences around Nairobi, civilians filmed apparent gangs patrolling streets and allegedly robbing anyone on sight.
Around Kenya there were more incidences of blatant disorder.
In Siaya town, north-west of Kisumu, the offices of the ruling United Democratic Alliance Party were set ablaze.
Mr Odinga has vowed to continue with bi-weekly protests to push for what he calls electoral justice and to apply pressure on the government to fix the high cost of living.
President William Ruto has said he will only engage Mr Odinga within the confines of the constitution.
Diplomats, including from the US, UK and African Union, have called for sobriety and a quick resolution.