Freed –Businessman Jaswant Singh Rai has finally been freed by men who abducted him, days ago.
His lawyers led by Kioko Kilukumi confirmed that the tycoon was freed on Sunday August 28 evening just 24 hours after two armed men kidnapped him from a Nairobi Street.
He, however, did not expound much on what had transpired throughout his arrest which created anxiety following the spread of the CCTV footage showing the chilling abduction scene.
Until now, no one knows why the billionaire sugar industrialist was dramatically abducted and who were the persons behind the crime.
On Sunday August 27, during his Bungoma County tour, President William Ruto discussed the conduct of Rai, publicly.
He warned that cartels which have been messing the sugar sector in the country will face his full wrath in his bid to protect the ailing industry.
“Don’t be worried, I am alert to make sure everything will be okay. No one will meddle. Do not be worried about someone coming to talk to us. Someone was telling me Rai. Who is Rai? No, that is not possible,” President Ruto stated.
Rai, who owns a number of sugar factories spread out in the larger Western Region, has also been on the frontline jostling to take over Mumias Sugar Company which is already on its death bed.
The astute businessman is accused of killing all public sugar factories in the country to remain alone in the money-minting business.
He owns West Kenya Sugar Limited, Rai Ply in Eldoret as well as Rai Paper in Webuye.
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