Opposition leaders and their supporters converged at Bomas in Nairobi Wednesday for the unveiling of an alliance of parties that will battle it out in the next general election with Jubilee Party.

One by one stepped up urging their supporters to go and register as a voters in order to win the next general election.

The Amani party leader asked for prayers for a solidified super alliance, saying it will trounce Jubilee should it materialize.

Musalia Mudavadi said no leader in the opposition parties will be belittled as together they make a “big team”.

“Pray for us to solidify, to be one and to be united, and we shall win,” he told supporters during an opposition rally at Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi on Wednesday.

“Let us all come together. This way, we will win the elections in the morning. I am an advocate of a united opposition because we do not want to lose even a single vote.”

Speaking at the meeting, Mr Wetang’ula, a Cord co-principal, said they will focus on their strongholds.

“Our mass action will now become mass voter registration. We ask our supporters to go out and register,” he said.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka said he is ready to sacrifice the top seat again as he “loves Kenya so much”.

Kalonzo said  the opposition must roll up their sleeves, not for show, but to ensure that the country is successful.

“But I also expect similar thing to happen with other leaders in the coalition,” he said.

Kalonzo said they have walked the road of a rigged poll before and will not allow this to happen again.