"Mr Speaker, I remember I told my colleagues then, that don't make laws that will haunt you. There are people who are running away from that chaos," he said.
"As they say Murife don't run, Junet and your colleagues don't run. This matter must be decided this afternoon," Duale said.
The sentiments by Duale left the law makers lit up.
The Azimio One Kenya Colaition party members argued that they held majority in the house which was countered by Duale who said Azimio was not a party but a coalition.
Nominated member of parliament John Mbadi in response said Azimio was not a coalition but a corporate political party.
"The reason why Azimio was accepted to be registered is that it's a corporate political party. The moment you are a member of ODM, by extension you are a member of Azimio political party," he said.
Junet on the other hand threw a jab at leaders that had changed ship to join the Kenya Kwanza coalition saying that leaders needed to respect political party laws.
“We must respect our laws. You cannot engage in another marriage before divorcing the first partner and when you want to divorce, there is a divorce procedure to be followed,” he stated.
On Tuesday October 4 National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula said he would use the session to get MPs' views on the dilemma who is the Majority before he retreated to make a decision.