Cherangany lawmaker Joshua Kuttuny has advised Deputy President William Ruto to expect anything in 2022 with regards to the handshake.
Speaking on Sunday, the MP who has not been in good terms with the DP, warned him not to downplay the truce between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition boss Raila Odinga.
He noted that the same way Uhuru united with him ahead of the 2013 polls, nothing prevents him to join forces with Raila in 2022.
He faulted the DP's unending attacks on Uhuru and Raila, saying that the same could have a terrible outcome on his 2022 presidential ambition.
“Stop attacking Raila in the morning and in the evening attacking Uhuru Kenyatta.
"If you and Uhuru united after 2007 when houses were burned down and bloodshed, then what is stopping President Kenyatta and Raila from uniting to send you home,” he was quoted by the Standard.
Kuttuny was speaking at ACK St Anne's Church in Mwiki, in the company of a number of anti-Ruto Jubilee and opposition MPs led by nominated MP Maina Kamanda.
He also faulted the government over its decision to withdraw the security for a number of MPs strongly affiliated to Ruto's 2022 candidature.
The state late last week recalled security detail for reportedly, engaging in early politics.
However, Kuttuny is now championing for the reinstatement of the bodyguards, with respect to the positions they hold.
“Even though they appear to have decamped to the opposition, they are still elected leaders serving their people," added the parliamentarian.
The victims include Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika and Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa.