East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) lawmaker Oburu Odinga has challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta to up his game with regards to the ongoing purge on corruption.

Speaking during a fundraiser in Migori county on Saturday, the former Bondo lawmaker urged Uhuru to match his threats to fight corruption with action.

Oburu further challenged the president to use his friendship with his brother, ODM leader Raila Odinga, to kick graft out of the nation.

He said Kenyans have had enough of Uhuru's threats and vows to deal with corrupt officials, and now want to see heads rolling.

"I support the handshake fully. Talking about it is good but Kenyans want more action. We want to see heads rolling,” Oburu was quoted by the Standard.

The former MP also fired shots at a group of government-allied politicians that have been seen attacking state organs involved in the fight, saying that this is corruption fighting back.

“Corruption fights back and it fights back very hard. You cannot let corrupt people advise you on who should investigate them,” he said.

Oburu recently threatened to talk his younger brother (Raila) out of the handshake if it doesn't help in the fight against the vice.