While it was expected that President Uhuru Kenyatta's Wednesday trip to Kisii would have given platform for leaders to unite, it may have left behind sharp differences that could not be resolved.
Already, West Mugirango MP Vincent Kemosi has accused his Nyamira counterparts of betraying him having agreed to snub the event.
The Ford Kenya MP said together with Ben Momanyi (Borabu), Joash Nyamoko (North Mugirango), Jerusha Momanyi (Nyamira), Governor John Nyagarama and Senator Okong'o Mogeni had agreed to skip the event due to change of the President's itinerary.
"We met at a Kisii hotel and we agreed to skip. The president had promised to visit the county only to change his mind. We could not deliberate our issues on a foreign land," he stated.
But Mr Nyamoko, who attended the event with others apart from Kemosi and Ben Momanyi, accuses the two of skipping another meeting they convened and agreed to take part in Uhuru's trip.
"He's being insincere. We met for the second time and we resolved to attend. He should have come. The president explained why he had to postpone his trip to Nyamira," he argued.
Also, a number of MPs are said to be unhappy for being denied an opportunity to address a crowd at Capitol Roundabout where interior Minister Fred Matiang'i was allowed to salute.
One of the MPs who spoke in confidence said the move was meant to undermine them despite the fact that they are elected unlike Dr Matiang'i, who is a presidential appointee.