According to Gachagua, these billionaires are the ones who invested in both President Mwai Kibaki and Uhuru Kenyatta during the 2002 general elections. He added that their plan was to benefit from the leadership of either candidate who would emerge the winner and for that case Kibaki won it all to their expectations.
Gachagua has also added that these wealthy people have all the right to meet and discuss which person they will support because they are focused on protecting their riches.
"In 2002 waliinvest kwa Mwai Kibaki na Uhuru Kenyatta kikiumana wako sawa pande mbili. In 2007 hawa waliinvest kwa Mwai Kibaki na kwa Raila Odinga ndiyo ikienda either way wakuwe sawasawa. So what we must tell our people this wealth men have a right absolutely they have right to meet and decide and discuss how to protect your wealth and how even to become more wealthier, it is their right," said MP Gachagua.
Click on the video link below to watch what MP Gachagua said about Mount Kenya billionaires.
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