However, the speaker refused to give the member a chance to speak or move the motion stating that the sequence of the publication in the order paper where the motion time is slated had passed.
Ms Elachi skipped the motion and allowed instead the majority leader to move a motion of adjournment which angered the MCAs forcing them to walkout.
The assembly adjourned for recess until February 2018.
Meanwhile, in Mombasa, the County Assembly on Wednesday became the latest to pass a motion on creation of a people’s assembly.
The MCAs, all of whom accept one (independent ticket) were elected on Nasa affiliate parties unanimously passed the motion.
The assembly becomes the 11th to adopt the motion.
The Machakos County Assembly also followed suit by becoming the 12th in the country to pass the people’s assembly motion.
Pressure had been mounting on the County Assembly to pass the motion with majority Leader Francis Ngunga making a remark that it was ‘a matter of ‘life and death’ for him.
Thursday, some members told the Daily Nation that Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka was making phone calls from Germany.