Both sides had chances to win the match but were let down by poor finishing to claim a point that does not help their ambitions of a top two finish.
Scorpions remain in third place with 24 points, three ahead of Amira who are fourth.
Scorpions coach Meshack Senge said his charges were too cautious during the match.
“I think we could have played better considering we needed the three points more,” Senge said.
His Amira counterpart Linet Atieno also said both sides played as if they wanted a draw.
“I think both defences were on top and the strikers did not have much in terms of chances,” Atieno said.
Amira had Pauline Naise as a late inclusion and the striker had one of the rare chances in the match in the 26th minute but failed to score even after rounding goalkeeper Natasha Maria.
Scorpions also had a couple of chances through Gilly Okumu but the Kenyan international could not find the breakthrough.
In an earlier match at the same venue, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture beat University of Nairobi 1-0 in another women’s top flight league match.
Maria Ngugi scored the only goal in the 34th minute to secure the three points.