National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula is asking the opposition Azimio One Kenya coalition party to give the Kenya Kwanza administration time to deliver its promises instead of derailing the agenda through mass action.
Other leaders allied to the ruling coalition similarly implored on Raila Odinga to call off the demos.
Speaking during a funds drive at Kiboswa Seventh Day Adventist church in Nandi County, Kenya Kwanza leaders led by National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula criticised the Azimio One Kenya brigade for planning mass action against the government.
The leaders attributed the current high cost of living to bad economic policies implemented by the previous government.
Similar calls against mass actions were made in Lelu in Kipkelion West, where Kericho governor Erick Mutai urged the government to remain firm against the opposition.
In Kajiado, a section of political leaders and the Maasai council of elders called for a political truce between the ruling party and the opposition.
In Nakuru county a section of residents has called on Azimio leaders to call off planned countrywide protests and rallies, saying the move will destabilise the country.
The residents, under the umbrella of Kenya Internally Displaced Persons Organisation (KIDPO), are fearful the mass action rallies could turn into chaos and violence.