- Upon signing up, the legislators proceed to the MPs lobby where they pass time.
- Speaker Justin Muturi warned that the House will not be held at ransom by the opposition.
- ODM Chairman John Mbadi said he will continue to do his own things.
Majority of opposition MPs have continued with their boycott of Parliament sittings.
Only Jubilee MPs were inside the chambers in the Thursday morning sittings as MPs continue to give their maiden speech and react to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s speech delivered on Tuesday during the opening of Parliament.
Instead, the legislators allied to the Nasa coalition just show up to sign up then leave.
This is as seen as a move to ensure they do not lose their salaries.
Upon signing up, the legislators proceed to the MPs lobby where they pass time as they take tea and meet with their constituents.