"This is a sensitive matter but I would like to urge my colleagues to make use of their body guards. In the absence of the body guards it is difficult for police to establish such incidents," said Ojode amid protest from members.
Gichugu MP Martha Karua shot up on a point of order accusing Ojode of taking the matter lightly and wondered whether with such an attitude police would carry out conclusive investigations.
His claims come hot on the heels of another made by Gem MP Jakoyo Midiwo who has recorded a statement with detectives over allegations of an assassination plot against Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
In his StatementÂ@to the police, Midiwo implicated Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret MP William Ruto.
Foreign Affairs Minister Prof. Sam Ongeri has also recorded a statement on the same issue.
On Monday, Imanyara said the choice of the bodyguards detailed to guard MPs was wanting citing an incident where he was allocated a security officer with a mental problem.
"I was given a bodyguard who was later found to be mentally unsound, he was a Mathare (Mental Hospital) case," said the MP.
His Turkana Central counterpart Ekwe Ethuro accused the ministry of failing in assuring Kenyans of their security.
"This Government has failed to provide security to Kenyans and their properties. This is a serious matter but the minister is taking it casually," said Ethuro.
MPs Ababu Namwamba, Millie Odhiambo-Mabona and Rachel Shabesh accused the police of contributing to some incidents of insecurity and in some instances being used to attack elected leaders.
Shebesh said a number of incidences on excessive use of force by police and conspiracy are well documented and asked the Speaker to ensure that the substantive Internal Security Minister Prof. George Saitoti was in the House to deliver the ministerial statement sought by Imanyara.
Deputy Speaker Farah Maalim directed the ministry to respond to Imanyara claims by next Wednesday.