Outspoken Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwah has dismissed claims that he has ditched Deputy President William Ruto as 'propaganda by losers'.

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News emerged on social media on Ichungwah's alleged shift of allegiance, despite the two working closely.

But on Sunday in Kabete, Ichungwah who had accompanied DP Ruto, insisted that he will be the last man to dump the Jubilee deputy party leader.

"Your excellency, it seems the brokers have now turned guns against me. I am being told that I am no longer in your camp.

"I want to assure them the last thing I'll ever do is leaving a winning camp. They have feared but we will not succumb to their psychological war," he said.

Two rival camps have emerged in Central Kenya as President Uhuru Kenyatta's succession race hots up. One camp is backing Ruto while another one believes that Uhuru should remain in charge.

While visiting Nyeri last month, a visibly angry Uhuru accused MPs of politicking, warning that he's still the Central Kenya kingpin and his choice in 2022 will matter.