Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe has dismissed plans by the opposition to swear-in National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga.
Speaking during a rally in Kamukunji grounds in Kibra two weeks ago, Siaya senator James Orengo and other Nasa leaders threatened to swear the former Prime Minister in a parallel ceremony to that of President Uhuru's swearing.
On Thursday, government spokesperson Eric Kiraithe warned the opposition against operating outside the law.
"The law is the law and Kenya has adequate capacity to enforce the law. What is legally binding shall be done whether one or two people like it or not," he told journalists in Mombasa on Thursday.
He added: "If you are not happy with the constitution as it is, there are avenues in Parliament...a referendum. These other noises will only destabilise this country."
Kiraithe further urged Kenyans to stay away from Nasa's yet to be formed people's assembly and wondered why an elected Member of Parliament would abandon his duty to join the assemblies.
"We are telling Kenyans to protect their institutions. If a man who was elected by the people to go to Parliament doesn't like the idea, he cannot decide to walk into a county assembly. He has no space there," he said.
He further poked holes at Raila's claims of leading Kenyans to Canaan, terming it an "illusion".
He also rubbished calls by Raila on the formation of a six-month transitional government to allow the country to hold a fresh presidential election, stating that the constitution cannot be suspended for Raila to achieve his selfish agenda.
Kiraithe further said that Nasa will not stop the swearing-in of President Uhuru Kenyatta once the Supreme Court canvasses the presidential petitions filed before it.