No, the images shared by the DCI do not show the suspects involved in the March 20, 2023 protests.
The images shared by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations announcing that investigations are underway to apprehend individuals captured on camera vandalizing public property during the March 20, 2023 protests are not from the most recent protest, but rather from other incidents.
Images of suspects expected to appear before the DCI for their involvement in the March 20, 2023 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. A reverse image search revealed that the first image of a man throwing a stone was shared in an article by Nation Africa on November 28, 2017 and was updated on July 4, 2020, when Nasa supporters clashed with police in Umoja, Nairobi, after being barred from attending a rally by ODM leader Raila Odinga.
We also discovered that the second image of protestors burning tyres and throwing stones was shared in a BBC article on October 12, 2017, when the Kenyan government announced the cancellation of major city demonstrations. This came after ODM leader Raila declared that the National Super Alliance (Nasa) would continue to demonstrate until the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) agreed to change their demands.