With the Kenyan General Elections for the year 2022 already taking a different shape among dissimilar politicians in Kenya who have their own ambitions. The presidential seat however seems the most wanted by most of the top leaders, with the deputy president William Ruto, former prime minister Raila Odinga, Alfred Mutua, Musalia Mudavadi, Mukhisia Kituyi among others already expressing their desire.
However, with the number of top eight billionaires of country who control the political state behind closed doors being named today, one of the greatest allies of the deputy president has been named. Former Machakos County senator Johnson Muthama who is the man behind the formation of the now rising UDA party is the man.
Others who have been named in the list are Jimi Wanjigi who is also a presidential aspirant, COTU Francis Atwoli, Equity CEO James Mwangi, Royal Media Services CEO SK Macharia, Peter Munga and Narendra Raval Guru.
Will this list bring any impact in the upcoming elections?
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