The house is yet to conclude processing most of the amendments having only considered three clauses out of 27. This may force speaker Justin Muturi to call another special sitting in the coming days.
The business of the house was paralysed for almost five minutes before order was restored.
Sigowet-Soin MP Kipsengeret Koros suffered a cut in the face during the melee.
“We cannot accept to be injured in a House of Parliament. This can’t happen Mr Speaker,” said a visibly injured Koros.
Session chair, Luanda MP Chris Omulele suspended the sitting for 15 minutes following the chaos which paralysed the afternoon sitting.
A little over a week ago, there were similar scenes on the floor of Ghana’s Parliament over a controversial electronic transaction levy.