Drama unfolded outside Murang'a County Assembly as several members of parliament blocked the entrance barring the MCAs from leaving the premises.
Maragua MP Mary Waithira, Murang'a woman representative Betty Maina, Beatrice Elachi of Dagoretti East and nominated Senator Veronica Maina had pitched camp at the gate protesting the suspension of Grace Nduta, the ward representative for Kanyenyaini.
Drama started when MCAs who were inside the Assembly finished their session and they wanted to move out.
The ward reps got into their vehicles and started hooting demanding the parliamentarians move out of the way.
"We are through with our sessions and we want to go home, and we can't wait until they are done talking," said one of the MCAs.
Efforts by the police officers and security officers at the Murang'a County Assembly to control the two parties were futile as each charged against the other.
Waithira insisted that the MCAs should stay back and listen to them because the message was directed to them.
The MP said the MCAs stormed out as a way of intimidating them, sparking chaos.
"They could not continue with their session and they came out to listen to what we are saying but later decided to move out," she said.
The MP also wondered why police had been deployed at the assembly saying they had no intention of storming inside the assembly.
"We only came here to give out grievances and there was no intention of causing chaos as it was being purported," she said.
Maina on her part said police should focus on dealing with criminals rather than camping at the assembly's ground doing nothing.