Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri has now picked a war with the media community accusing it of bias and harassment.
Speaking on Wednesday, the controversial lawmaker declared that he will never appear for interviews.
He narrated being locked out of a media house, in what he termed was a well-choreographed scheme to punish him for being vocal against the runaway graft in the nation.
"They blocked me out of the media house because of my stand on corruption. This is the work of the people who feel offended by my actions," he said.
The legislator was speaking on Radio Jambo's Mazungumzo Waziwazi Show Wednesday night.
He added that he will only visit one media house going forward.
"I will only be coming to Radio Jambo, not any other media house going forward. If a need arises I will speak to Kenyans using other channels," he added.
He on Sunday claimed that some top state officials sold a public parking lot in London, Britain in 2016.