Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro now claims that there are hidden plans against him by authorities in the wake of his clash with nominated MP Maina Kamanda.
Mr Nyoro was briefly arrested by the police on Monday before being released after pressure from a section of politicians and Murang'a residents.
Speaking at several stopovers in Murang'a on Tuesday, Nyoro said that his life is in danger and that he fears for his life following the arrest.
"I am only pleading with them. Please let no one think of harming me because I know there are those plans," said Ndindi Nyoro while appearing in court in Murang'a.
The lawmaker alleges that a police officer who happens to be his friend disclosed to him that he was supposed to be taken from Murang'a Police Station to Kamukunji Police Station in Nairobi.
"We know this and I can substantiate. Where I was supposed to be taken, there were two people found with capital offense. I was supposed to be taken there and it was not in good faith," claimed Nyoro.
He dragged Interior PS Karanja Kibicho to his predicaments, adding that he should desist from misusing police officers, some who are diligent on their daily duties.
"I want to tell our PS Kibicho, please let's not involve our police officers in politics. I listened to you yesterday very professional and I know they (Police) are people who respect the law so let's not misuse them," said Ndindi.
The state on Tuesday dropped charges against Mr Nyoro, who is a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto. He blames the state for persecuting him over relationship with Ruto.