President Uhuru Kenyatta is chairing a crucial meeting with all Jubilee MPs-elect at State House in Nairobi.
The meeting, also attended by Deputy President William Ruto, comes less than 24 hours to the first of the 12th Parliament on Thursday.
The inaugural sitting was convened by Uhuru, in accordance with the constitution, following the August 8 general election.
All newly elected MPs will be inaugurated tomorrow by respective House clerks and thereafter elect their speakers and deputy speakers as provided for in Standing Orders.
A person cannot be declared speaker or deputy speaker without the support of at least two-thirds of all members.
The meeting is expected to rally MPs to take a common position on the election of speakers of the bicameral house and the sharing of leadership positions available for the majority party in Parliament.
Jubilee Party is said to have already agreed to back the re-election of Justin Muturi as National Assembly Speaker.
Senate Speaker Ekwe Ethuro who appears to have fallen out of favour with top Jubilee leaders has been left to fight it out with other candidates in tomorrow’s elections.