Jubilee Party MPs have asked the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) to strip former Senate Leader of Minority Moses Wetang'ula of the privileges accrued from the position.
The MPs have also demanded former National Super Alliance (NASA) whips and their principal assistants have powers and privileges taken away from them, including an official car fuelled by the taxpayer.
Jubilee MPs argue that, since the opposition has declined to present a list of their leaders in Parliament, the former holders of those positions should surrender their privileges.
Majority leader in the National Assembly, Aden Duale told the House that Wetang'ula was still using his official vehicle yet he had not been presented as the holder of the office in the 12th Parliament.
"I have seen Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang'ula still using the GK vehicle assigned to him when he was the minority leader. We want you to give a ruling on why he and other leaders are still enjoying these privileges," said Duale.
He called on Speaker Justin Muturi as the chairman of the PSC to order that the former leaders be stripped off the privileges until they have complied with Article 108 of the Constitution and Standing Orders 19 and 20 that stipulate the special entitlements for these leaders.
"No one has appointed Wetang'ula as a minority leader," he said.
Speaker Muturi promised to handle the matter administratively, indicating he would ask the former NASA coalition leaders to surrender the facilities.
The Opposition has insisted that NASA MPs will not participate in parliamentary proceedings, terming the opening of parliament by President Uhuru on Tuesday as un-procedural.