• This comes as Azmio La Umoja Coalition will hold its third protests countrywide.
• All Madaraka express link trains between Nairobi Central Station and the Nairobi Terminus will run as scheduled.
Train services will once again be interrupted as Kenyan Railway services suspend commuter train services on Thursday.
This comes as Azmio La Umoja Coalition will hold its third protests countrywide.
On Monday, the train service was also suspended following the protests which occurred in the city.
"We wish to inform our customers that due to unavoidable circumstances, commuter trains scheduled for March 30, 2023, have been suspended," reads the notice.
However, all Madaraka express link trains between Nairobi Central Station and the Nairobi Terminus will run as scheduled.
"We do sincerely apologise to all our esteemed customers for any inconvenience caused," reads the notice further.
Commuter trains ply Syokimau, Ruiru, Embakasi, Kahawa West and Kikuyu routes in Nairobi.
Last week, Azimio la Umoja coalition leader Raila Odinga announced the coalition will carry out mass protests twice a week.
He declared that they would be taking to the streets every Monday and Thursday weekly.
However, Inspector General of police Japhet Koome on Sunday banned the planned countrywide protests by the Azimio la Umoja Coalition.
The IG said no one will be allowed to hold demos this week.
Koome threatened to arrest the big guns, including Raila if they attempt to hold protests.
Police have warned against any mass action assemblies of protests, saying they are illegal.