Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka explained that he was forever indebted to President Uhuru Kenyatta after standing with him and his family after the death of their father Mzee Peter Mairu.
Speaking during the burial ceremony of Mzee Mairu, Kalonzo announced that no one would separate the bond he had formed with President Kenyatta.
"The respect Uhuru has shown me and my family can't be repaid. Allow me to say this in front of every person here, I announce today let no one separate me with Uhuru," Kalonzo remarked.
"My kids are your kids and they are here... you'll help me run this family Mzee has left for me here because it's a very big family," he added.
Speaking on the fruits of the handshake between the President and ODM leader Raila Odinga, the Wiper leader stated that he will be President Uhuru's handyman in a bid to bring this country together.
However, MPs and Senators allied to both Jubilee and NASA did not hold back their words with both sides using humour to poke the other.
Majority Leader Aden Duale hit back at Mr Odinga over his common narrative of "crocodiles" in River Jordan.
"Our brothers from the other side lets stand together. Don't take us back with this crocodile stories. This crocodile that you remind us of every day must stop. There are no crocodiles within Kenyans," Duale remarked.
Siaya Senator James Orengo, however, accused Duale of underestimating the need to unite Kenyans adding that the Garissa Town MP should not be oversensitive but try to take things lightly.
"....A crocodile is not human but if you think you are one, that's your own problem," Orengo who is the Senate Minority leader stated.