The star daily (Saturday edition) said that it's just a matter of time until the Mt Kenya Tycoons cut relations with Raila and support Ruto's government.
According to a media source on Monday, some have begun gathering behind the scenes to plot on the way ahead now that Raila's prospects of becoming president are slim despite vows to fight Ruto's win in court.
Intelligence reports indicate that the poll agency has improved this time round and that Raila is drawing his evidence from the division within the IEBC, something that can seldom trigger a re-run.
The Star states that most Mt Kenya businessmen would back Ruto to preserve their businesses.
The preparations of Deputy President Ruto have been brought to the attention of the public only one day after he requested that seven members of parliament from the United Democratic Movement visit his camp. This information became available to the Members of Parliament as a direct consequence of an invitation extended by Ruto.
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