No, there is no unrest in Kenya, and Raila has not called for mass demonstrations.
The photo is unrelated to the 2022 Kenya electoral process because it was taken during the 2017 Kenya general election results. The results were disputed and later escalated into unrest in some parts of the country after opposition leaders and their supporters claimed that the process was fraudulent.
Image depicting unrest in Kenya following Raila’s call for mass protests.
The iVerify Network of Fact-Checking Desks has fact-checked this content and established that it is Misleading.
To arrive to this conclusion, the iVerify Network of Fact-Checking Desks has conducted the following process. We reverse imaged the photo and discovered that the image was first shared on August 18, 2017 in an article by Radiyoyacu VOA, Radio VOA, in Kinyarwanda, which after a translation shows that the demonstrations were held because the national team in charge of organizing the elections had not yet submitted all of the votes cast from polling stations.
We also discovered an article published on VOA Studio 7 on September 1, 2017, when the Supreme Court declared President Uhuru Kenyatta’s election victory invalid due to irregularities.