Heavy police presence has been witnessed at former Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta's home in the central region, days after his family-owned property was raided.
A local police commander said a total of 30 officers have been deployed at Mr Kenyatta's Ichaweri home to keep watch in case of any possible eventuality, a local TV station reported.
On Monday, Mr Kenyatta family's farm was invaded by looters and a gas cylinder factory linked to opposition leader Raila Odinga was also vandalised.
The invasion sparked outrage, with police being faulted for failing to protect the property of the former head of state.
On Tuesday, President William Ruto said he would ensure everyone’s life, property, and business was protected during the ongoing opposition protests.
Reports say police have also been deployed at opposition politician Martha Karua’s rural home in Kirinyaga, also in central Kenya. Ms Karua was Mr Odinga's running-mate in last year's election.
Earlier on Thursday, police officers in full riot gear were seen patrolling the capital Nairobi, as well as the western city of Kisumu, where sporadic protests have already been reported.
Mr Odinga has vowed that the anti-government protests will continue despite a ban and a warning from police that they will do anything to prevent any kind of gathering.