Nasa MPs have accused Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria of working with State machinery to revive the outlawed Mungiki sect.
ODM Chairman John Mbadi, while reading a statement on behalf of the MPs, said Mr Kuria wants to use the group to disrupt Nasa anti-IEBC demos.
He claimed Mr Kuria has been meeting the group in Kikuyu with the aim of organising the attacks.
The MPs also accused Nairobi police boss Japhet Koome of laxity and failing to heed to Nasa’s call to have the claims investigated.
“The information we have is that Moses Kuria and the state machinery have organised the Mungiki and armed them with crude weapons to cause chaos during our peaceful Nasa demos. This is with the aim to cause violence to serve selfish interests,” said Mr Mbadi.
He added: “The police have rejected our calls to provide adequate security or to investigate these claims.”
He said the right to peacefully demonstrate was enshrined in the Constitution.
The leaders equally asked the government to restore the security details of Nasa principals Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka who he said were withdrawn on Tuesday.
He said they have given the government a 24-hour ultimatum to restore the security details.
“If anything happens to our principals, we will solely blame it on President Kenyatta,” said Mr Mbadi. “We ask the government to restore the security detail or face mass action at their doorstep.”