Going forward, the speaker said he would not receive any communication from any other person other than the minority whip.
“I will not receive any more communication from strangers, we have proper channels as a House, which must be followed,” Muturi said.
ODM Chairman John Mbadi said the opposition has no problem complying with the standing orders as directed by the speaker.
“We are alive to the requirement of the standing order 20(4) and we will fully comply,” Mr Mbadi said.
“Our coalition has been in consultation over this matter from both the Senate and the National Assembly. However, I hear that the communication we have been doing has not been proper,” added the Suba South MP.
The list that was submitted by the opposition had John Mbadi as the minority leader deputised by Lugari MP Ayub Savula (Amani National Congress).
Kathiani MP Robert Mbui was proposed as the whip deputised by Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa of Ford-Kenya.