County Assembly Speaker Patrick Mutai has been summoned by the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Disciplinary Committee over ongoing leadership wrangles at the assembly.
Dr Mutai has been accused of disregarding the party's directive on the composition of the County Assembly leadership.
In a letter, the disciplinary committee asked Dr Mutai to appear before it and explain why he failed to guide the House in following the party's directive on the leadership squabbles.
"You failed to guide the house in giving effect to the party's clear directions in the matter and as a result, there arose confusion, confrontation, violence and commotion," reads the letter seen by The Standard.
The committee chaired by Charles Njenga says the events on Friday have seen the interest, dignity and reputation of the party compromised and lowered.
"As a member of the party, you are expected to conduct your affairs in a manner that promotes its image, interests and accords its values and principles, a duty which you failed to discharge in this instance," the letter reads.
Mutai on Friday opted to adopt a list of House leadership as directed by the court, ignoring the direction by UDA Secretary General Veronica Maina.
In a memo, Ms Maina had endorsed a list of leaders picked during a meeting in Nakuru by 27 MCAs.
After the stormy session last Friday, the reinstated leaders turned the heat on Maina and Senate Majority Leader Aaron Cheruiyot, accusing them of interfering with their affairs.