The row between the two Houses is hinged on which one should pass money bills, approve nominees for state appointments and summon state officers to answer to queries.
Majority Leader Aden Duale hinted at this during a debate on Wednesday last week when he said if the Senate does not change its ways "there will be no more baby to teach."
"I am afraid the traction of abolishing the Senate will gain momentum and soon we will have no baby (Senate) to talk about," the Garissa Township MP said.
"If only the Senate was to focus on its roles under Article 96, it could not go around hovering to perform the functions of the National Assembly," the motion reads.
"They are generating duplicate reports in consideration of audit findings in respect of county governments, including on funds not allocated from the national revenue," Duale said.
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