President Uhuru Kenyatta's fight against corruption has gained momentum with Senator Okong'o Mogeni saying in the next few days, the president's actions will yield fruits.
A determined Uhuru has been firing shots at his offices and often insisting that he is not going to spare even his closest political allies in the graft war.
Speaking at Nyanturago in Nyamira on Friday, Mogeni said the efforts of the DCI George Kinoti will see at least three ministers sacked in the next few days.
"I want to thank the president for his commitment in the war against corruption. We have seen the DCI doing some good job and three ministers will now be sacked in the coming few weeks," he said.
Mogeni, a close confidant of Raila Odinga added: "The DCI is doing a fantastic job at the national level. We now want him to come to Counties. This is where pickpockets are stealing endlessly."
Devolution minister Eugene Wamalwa, Agriculture boss Mwangi Kiunjuri and Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich have been summoned over alleged loss of Sh21 billion meant for construction of Kimwarer and Arror dams.
Local media reported that Uhuru could ask three ministers to step aside on Thursday during the Stats of the nation address but should they fail to, a number of them would be sacked and possibly arrested.
Senator Okong'o Mogeni said sacking of the ministers will be the beginning of the real war against corruption which he said must be won no matter the resistance.