Kanu's party has made a declaration that its chairman Gideon Moi will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.
The party has also released a list of leaders who will support Mr Moi in the next general election.
The Mombasa governor has already announced that he will run for president through the ODM party.
Mr Joho, last week, announced that he would support ODM leader Raila Odinga if he was ousted in the party's by-elections.
"Mr Gideon has already arrested Western leaders, Mr Mudavadi and Mr Wetang'ula. In the East he is collaborating with Mr Musyoka and the Coast region will be co-operating with Governor Joho among others, ”said Mr Kamket.
The MP was speaking on Saturday at a fundraising event for women's groups led by Mr Moi at Psiwo Primary School, Ortum, West Pokot County.
Speaking on Sunday at the inauguration of the AIPCA Church, Kiambu County, Mr Moi avoided discussing the 2022 politics and promised to announce whether he would run for the presidency or after the passage of the BBI Reconciliation Bill.
But on Saturday, Mr Moi urged Dr Ruto to return home to Sugoi, Uasin Gishu County, to "sell chickens".
Mr Moi said the move by more than 40 County legislatures to support the BBI bill was a sign that Dr Ruto had no political influence in the country.
"The Deputy President has been bragging that he would disband the BBI but now he has to accept the Kenyans' decision and pack his bags and go to Sugoi to raise chickens," said Baringo Senator
The Deputy President, Dr Ruto who has announced his candidacy for the presidency in 2022, and Senator Baringo have been vying for political power in the Rift Valley region.
"Let's not confuse the BBI with the politics of 2022. There are some politicians who have started next year's campaigns and forget about the plight of the people," said Mr Moi.
Mr Moi was blessed with elders of the Pokot community and wished him well in the 2022 presidential race.
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