Kenya is known to be on of the politically active nations in the world. This is brought in by the democracy entitled to every person within the country. This democracy gives someone a right to express his/her political ideas freely hence making the country to be politically active.
Now, today, the people's daily newspaper has come out to reveal the names of the eight Tycoons who are silently controlling the Kenya's politics. According to them, these people are the one who determines the political course of the country as they are the one sponsoring various political leaders in the country.
These Tycoons are; James Mwangi who is the CEO of the Equity bank, S K Macharia who is the owner of the Royal media group, Narendra Raila, Jimi Wanjigi a reknown city businessman, Peter Munga who is the founder of Equity bank, Francis Atwoli who is the current COTU boss, Johnston Muthama who is the former senator of Machakos county and finally Mr Peter Matheka.
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