Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen has appealed to both Raila Odinga and William Ruto's supporters to conduct politics with courtesy.
The two sides have been going ballistic against each other in recent weeks, with Building Bridges Initiative report almost splitting them.
While Ruto's camp wants the recommendations to be implemented in Parliament, Raila's team is calling for a referendum.
Speaking in Siaya on Sunday, Murkomen said anything is possible in politics, adding that promoting peace should be a role for all politicians.
According to him, he worked as Raila's errand boy before switching camp. He said politics are driven by interest and the principle should be respected.
"The other day Ruto was moving around campaigning for Baba, isn't that true? During that time, I was an errand boy for Baba. You all know that" he said.
"If we begin attacking each other, we can't make it we can't fight yet we don't know tomorrow. Let us not be antagonistic. Anything is possible in politics."
Dr Ruto worked with Raila in 2007 before the two fell out in 2010 during the campaigns for the new constitution in which Ruto opposed.
Since then, they have been speaking from different scripts with their rivalry being manifested in their respective followers.
And Mr Murkomen said political alliances cannot be ruled out in future, adding that politicians should desist from engaging in divisive politics.