Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho is expected to face Senators for running the county government without properly constituted executive.
Mombasa County government has been operating without County Executive Committee Members for the last two months since the previous team's tenure in office come to an end with the county chief yet to name his new team.
However, Senators have faulted the Governor for operating a 'dysfunctional government' with the ODM deputy party leader now expected to appear before the House committee.
"He cannot chair an executive meeting. A question has been brought to the Senate and will be considered," Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jr, who is also a member of the Senate Devolution committee told the Standard.
On his part, committee chair who is also Laikipia Senator John Kinyua said that a meeting will be convened this week to discuss the matter.
He said that the planned meeting with Joho will help them establish why the Governor is yet to constitute a new executive to keep the county running.
Nairobi Senator Johnston Sakaja said that the issue of Mombasa is not in isolation and that it should be extended to other countries like Nairobi County which he said is virtually dysfunctional.