He has been linked with potential moves to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
Stanley Kinyanjui started Magnate Ventures alongside his younger brother and co-founder Robert in 1998.
Before putting his political ambitions front and centre, Wajackoyah was known to Kenyans simply as a lawyer who has been involved in a number of high profile cases.
Having been a big-name, recognizable figure for most of his career, Gathu was stunned when he lost his job.
"The youth and women need expert guidance and support on how to plan, fund, start and run successful businesses, where they can employ themselves and others. They need access to finance on patient and reasonable terms, to enable them to start and run these successful businesses," Njambi shared.
In between battling corruption charges in court, connecting with his supporters on social media and plotting his next political moves, he also decided to go all-in on the entertainment business. In late 2021, he opened his first nightclub at the Coast - a high-end joint known as Volume VIP Club in Shanzu.