Drama ensued in parliament on Wednesday after Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo was put to task on his dress code.
The debate was ignited Kisumu West MP Olago Aluoch in a point of order.Amollo was dressed in a non-collared shirt, said to be in contravention of the House Standing orders.
House rules require that members wear official suits.
Olago argued that the legislator was out of order owing to his dress code.
Suba South MP John Mbadi asserted that the MP be ruled out of order.
Sankok defended his suit as one sending a message of patriotism.
Makali Mulu sought for relief so that the house departs from the traditional dress code.
Endebess Robert Pukose caused laughter by asking whether a member who had donned a Muslim gown had trousers.
Otiende defended himself on grounds the new constitution has granted freedom of dressing.