Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has told supporters that he is ready to rescind his ambition for the presidency in the 2017 general elections and in turn support another candidate.
Musyoka said he would do so because of the love of the country so that Kenya can be liberated from the Jubilee regime.
Speaking on Wednesday at the Bomas of Kenya, Musyoka called upon the opposition to steady their ship so that there is success in the coming polls.
"But I also expect a similar thing to happen with other leaders in the coalition," he said.
He also warned that the opposition would not accept any rigged elections in case Jubilee decide to go that route.
"This time we mean business. We are in a contest where we shall accept nothing less than a free, fair election," he said.