The graft in Jubilee regime has captured the attention of former ruling party KANU which has warned the Uhuru regime its risks bankrupting the country.
KANU, father of public looting, must have been alarmed with Jubilee which seems hell-bent in surpassing its record of public theft and plunder.
Kanu Secretary General Nick Salat has said the party will reconsider its engagement with the Jubilee government if it does not firmly deal with corruption.
Mr Salat said it was no longer acceptable for the government to adopt a â€˜hear no evil, see no evilâ€™ stand while corruption is reaching unmanageable levels.
â€œWe are very concerned as a party supporting the Jubilee government because of the runaway corruption that has reached intolerable levels,â€ he said.
He accused the government of double standards in the fight against corruption and faulted President Uhuru Kenyatta over inaction on Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru and her team following revelations of corrupt dealings.
â€œThe Devolution Ministry has become synonymous with corruption and for the President there is nothing wrong with that. It is unfortunate this may just sink his presidency,â€ said Salat.