Deputy President William Ruto is hosting more than 100 MPs, Senators at his Karen residence.

The strategy meeting comes as Parliament reconvenes on Tuesday, February 2021, with a busy in-tray that could shape the 2022 presidential contest.

DP Ruto is also staring at a possible impeachment motion that is sure to test his grip on Parliament.

But Jubilee Party secretary-general Raphael Tuju has said the party has no plans to impeach the Deputy President.

Tuju explained that at no time had the party held a meeting to discuss or plan the ouster of Dr Ruto.

He was responding to reports that Lugari MP Ayub Savula planned to table an impeachment Motion against the DP in Parliament.

Savula had claimed that the impeachment Motion has the blessing of President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.

The impeachment plan requires at least a third of the MPs (117) to have the Motion tabled, and two-thirds (233) to have it passed.

At the same time, MPs allied to the DP have dared their opponents to bring on the Impeachment Motion when Parliament resumes tomorrow.

The MPs said the DP enjoyed massive support in the National Assembly and Senate, and that it would be an embarrassment for Uhuru and Raila.