On Sunday, a local daily reported that Raila had a role in the impending reshuffle.
In a statement to newsrooms, Raila denied the claims stating that the report is malicious and merely meant to undermine the war on graft. The report stated that the reshuffle will target ministries involved in corruption scandals.
"Mr Odinga remains committed to aiding the war on corruption from a wide and common front so as to remove any sanctuary where perpetrators can seek refuge,” said a statement released by his spokesman Dennis Onyango.
“He fully backs the current crackdown on individual State officers and business people over the loss of billions of public funds and fully supports the tough stand by President Uhuru Kenyatta on this matter,” he added.
The opposition leader has urged the public to remain focused in the fight against graft and reject lords of graft.