The idea that a nation's most wealthy get together to discuss its fate might sound bizzare, but, in some cases it does happen. Having surpassed Angola to become a top economy, Kenya's economic outlook seems positive. Kenya is also minting more dollar millionares every year. However, the ordinary Kenyan is yet to benefit from the ongoing economic development. It is clear that the distribution of wealth has grown more and more uneven. That said, most people are slowly returning to their farms as their city businesses cannot withstand the pressure. Still, government has to borrow to meet their fiscal deficit. No matter the outcome the big businesses are still making profits. For these big businesses to survive, small businesses are going down to reduce competition. Once smallholder businesses are driven away, people are easier to control thus giving the wealthy an imprealist ticket to do as they will. Therefore, as soon as Kenya start commercial oil production the elite will be the greatest benefactors.