Kinoti handed over power to acting DCI boss Hamisi Salim Massa on Friday, September 30.
The senator lamented the foreigners have managed to trick gullible Kenyans to 'invest' but end up losing millions.
Wetangula quickly shot the lawmaker's argument down, reminding him of the House's regulations.
Newly appointed Aide de Camp Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga of the Kenya Army accompanied his predecessor, Lekolool.
The chaos erupted shortly after Speaker Moses Wetangula declared Kenya Kwanza as the majority.
The statement comes hours after it was reported that the graft case had been dropped.
Wtangula's decision followed a protracted stalemate between Azimio and Kenya Kwanza coalitions.
The police boss was asked to make a down payment of Ksh270,000 to kickstart the purchasing process.
He added this was in line with the review of the education system being done by the CBC taskforce.
Wetangula ruled on which party or coalition will be identified as the majority party at the National Assembly.
Kenyan constitution under Article 108 provides for the position of leader of the Majority who shall come from the largest party or coalition of parties.
Salaysa's 'madam speaker sir' speech went viral on October 4.
In the crowd, Mutua was pushed away by security guards but eventually met the popular Bishop.
With nine days remaining before the deadline, some have struggled to make calls as the government enforces the directive.