National Supper Alliance (NASA) has listed a number of companies and products they claim should be shunned by their supporters.
The Parliamentary wing of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Friday gave their opposition followers until Friday next week to seek alternatives as they pledge to continue with what they term as peaceful protest.
The National Super Alliance laid out a broad roadmap they claim would drive the country to a path to ending electoral autocracy and returning to democracy through free, fair and credible election.
To achieve their agenda the opposition says it will undertake economic sabotage on a number of products allegedly associated with the government.
The MPs said they would start outreach programmes to tell their supporters about the boycott and alternatives.
They have listed Safaricom, Bidco and Brookside as some of the firms whose products and services their supporters should boycott.
“We will resist the products of these companies because they are beneficiaries of the regime that killed people in this country,” said Suna East MP Junet Mohamed.
Elsewhere, coast leaders affiliated to Nasa are calling for secession of the region from Kenya.
The leaders led by the Mombasa governor Hassan Joho and his Kilifi counterpart Amason Kingi claim the coast region has for a very long time been marginalized and their voices as leaders have neither been heard nor considered by all governments.
The leaders including 12 MPs, four senators have vowed to use all legal means to achieve their course.