2. Narendra Raval Guru
He is one of the least known albeit powerful people in Kenya.
This is how Forbes magazine describes him, “Narendra Raval, a steel tycoon, is one of Kenya’s most successful entrepreneurs. He is the founder of Devki Group, a Sh650 Billion (annual revenues) Kenyan conglomerate that manufactures steel products, roofing sheets and cement.”
Wiper leader reveals that the deal that saw him become VP in Kibaki’s cabinet was struck at this tycoon’s house.
“One evening, just days to the election date, I was invited to dinner by Mr Narendra Raval Guru, the chairman of Devki Group of Companies…I arrived at his house and as we made small talk ahead of the meal, I was surprised to see Kibaki walk into the room in the company of Stanley Murage, his adviser and strategist,” Musyoka writes, adding that was the genesis of the deal that saw him enter into a coalition deal after the 2007 election.
3. Peter Munga and James Mwangi
Munga is the Chairman of the Equity Bank Group while Mwangi is his CEO.
The company is one of the largest investors in Kenya – explaining why these two men would want to safeguard stability in the country.
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