On that day, he was warmly welcomed in the 'mountain', he came closer to the business tycoons that control much of Kenya's economy. Raila's climbing of the 'mountain' came under tight media coverage, first, there were criticisms that he can't ascend to the top, but on that fortunate day, he clearly shocked his critics and openly showcased his prowess in 'mountain climbing' as he went close to 13 hotspots the major one being the meeting with business community.
Lawyer and political analyst Ambrose Weda said an interesting intriguing fact yesterday on KTN NEWS on checkpoint.
According to Weda, the 'business team' do not necessarily carry love for the former PM, but they were in, for their business interests, they wanted to observe him and see if he will carry on with undisturbed economy, he refers to them as cash-rich and not vote-rich, something that I struggled to comprehend for a simple understanding that it is this part of Kenya that carry most of the controlling votes in general elections.
What can you say about Ambrose Weda opinion of the 'business tycoons'?
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