The Kenya Paralympics group has vowed to hold a major protest on Monday if the government does not pay them their allowances.
The group that represented Kenya in Morocco last week blocked Thika Superhighway in their push to have the Ministry of Sports pay them their allowances as promised.
The paralimpians leader Kennedy Ndungi says the Ministry has only given them Ksh. 7,000 out of the Ksh. 100,000 they are each demanding from the government.
Ndungi further accused sports PS Peter Kaberia of refusing to meet them and only sending his juniors to address the situation.
The Monday protests will include among other teams, the basketball team, the softball team and the Kenya National Kabadi team.