Agnes Kagure, leading Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant meets City’s community leaders as she revs up her campaigns

Aspiring Nairobi City County governor business woman Agnes Kagure has met with a section of community leaders and mobilizers from different wards to share her vision with them on how to quickly develop the Capital City.

She said the interaction were centered on her big strategy whose vision is that of a robustly developed Nairobi that puts the residents’ interests first.

“Today’s interactions set the pace for more meetings and deliberations in every single ward and estate in Nairobi. Your views count and Iam looking forward to listen to you,’’ said Kagure

Kagure said her work alliance with the people of Nairobi will usher in a people-centered leadership that recognizes all residents’ struggles and aspirations and works to turn Nairobi’s vast potentials into possibilities.

She said she is particularly interested in seeing the youth secure a better future by ensuring that there an enabling environment so that they can use their skills to improve their lives.

Kagure said hard work is the surest ticket for a better future and that her leadership would create an environment that allows businesses to thrive.

She said Nairobi County leads all others in resources allocation, workforce, experts and innovative minds and that with right leadership, it will be a booing economic and innovative hub not just in the country but in the region.

Kagure has promised to fix the broken Nairobi drainage systems that floods every time it rains, causing untold suffering of the residents, while businesses lose millions of shillings.

She also roots for a better organized and supported transport industry that will be a blessing to all Nairobi residents through the provision of better services, reduction in crime and general order within the county and beyond.

Kagure said she will continue engaging many players and getting more views from all sectors so that her vision of a thriving Nairobi City will be achieved.

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