-Kenya’s general elections are just around the corner
-Elections bring glad tidings, but also huge losses
It seems to be election season in different countries around the world, but, back home, elections has a way of raising anxiety.
Political pundits usually predict the country will experience an economic slump, having studied occurrences from past elections. Business owners and corporates usually keep a close watch on the happenings around the country at this time, but there are certain groups for whom elections season means massive profits.
Here are some of the biggest gainers during election time:
This one speaks for itself. As aspirants across the political divide seek ‘shelter’ in different parties, whether within an alliance or stand alone, the owners of these parties make huge profits from the fees charged. With the increase in positions such as governor, senator, MP, Women representative and MCA, these clever entrepreneurs are making bank, and the amounts are unbelievable.
This is a very popular group when it comes to elections.
One such herbalist is Dr. Mugwenu, a self-professed spell caster who not only offers traditional healing and herbal services, but also gives powers to fight off demons and villains. He says he possesses skills in metaphysical healing, psychic skills, divination and foretelling through ancestors and forefathers, within the traditional and native setting. Among his many skills are relationship restoration, which he says his abilities enable him to be able to delve deep into the spiritual realm and bring back a lost lover within three days, despite the length of time the wayward spouse has been away.
Dr. Mugwenu, who can be reached on +254 740 637 248 , says his spell casting powers work within 24 hours, mostly happening the same day they are released, and handles general problems ranging from winning court cases, winning the lottery, protection of family and property, as well as accurate foretelling of one’s future.
President Kenyatta dressed in a branded Jubilee party shirt and cap
Occupations such as creative designers, printers, publishers, creative writers, event organisers and even branding agencies are also making huge amounts of money at this elections time.
Comedian and radio presenter Jalang’o during an Easter Extravaganza organized by politician Zedekiah Bundotich aka Buzeki
Local celebrities are used to pull crowds and create a pseudo endorsement on certain candidates. Politicians know very well these artistes command a large following both online and offline, thus they almost always have a budgetary allocation for them. The amount paid varies, with some taking home as much as KSh 200,000 per gig.
This group is increasing by the day. Kenyans follow these influencers both on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat as they go about their daily activities, and post about various occurrences and issues. Their influence is enormous, many times even making headlines over their remarks. Their followers can vary from 10,000 running to the millions.
To book an appointment or for more information, call Dr. Mugwenu on +254 740 637 248 or visit www.mugwenudoctors.com