Members of parliament-elect have undergone a two day orientation session at the parliament ahead of the reopening next month.
Part of the session required the leaders to register by issuing copies of bio-data information, among other crucial credentials.
They also have been issued with parliamentary identification cards and shown around parliament, the chambers, and the facilities available that will facilitate their work for the next five years.
The legislators will convene for a meeting thereafter, which will be chaired by president Kenyatta who is yet to communicate on the date, which will not be more than 30 days after election.
During the meeting, the leaders-elect, which includes, the 349 MPs and the 67 senators will elect their new speakers who will then be sworn in by the respective clerks, thereafter, the speaker will swear in each MP.
The new leaders say they are ready to provide solutions to problems Kenyans are facing.