ODM leader Raila Odinga has dismissed claims that he is associated with a company that was awarded a tender to procure election equipment.
Mr Odinga who was pushed by journalists to respond, said “those are Jubilee rubbish” and that he was not interested to respond to.
He spoke at Multimedia University after addressing the party’s women aspirants, from across the country, ahead of the August 8 polls.
Homa Bay county Women representative Gladys Wanga criticised Jubilee for resorting to a smear campaign after sensing defeat.
“That is baseless Jubilee propaganda. If they have evidence, let them bring it on,” Ms Wanga said.
She said the party is not going to waste time responding to baseless outbursts meant to delay elections.
Mr Odinga said the party was committed to free and fair nominations and asked women not to shy away from seeking elective positions.
He said the party will not condone violence during the exercise warning that any contestant found causing chaos will be disqualified.
“Firm action including disqualification will be taken against candidates who use underhand deals,” Mr Odinga warned.
He reaffirmed the Opposition’s commitment to walk as a team to ensure they defeat Jubilee.