Business woman Agnes Kagure promises to fix Nairobi’s broken drainage systems once elected governor

Aspiring Nairobi City County governor Agnes Kagure has promised to fix once and for all the problematic drainage system that floods every time it rains.

Kagure a prominent City businesswoman said with the massive developments and expansions going on in and around the City, there is need to re-look at the Nairobi’s drainage systems to end the perennial problem of floods.

She said Nairobi’s roads and pavements get flooded at the slightest drops of rains putting the lives of pedestrians at risk and making it difficult for people to get to their places of work and engage in productive work.

“Seeing how easy our roads and pavements get flooded at the slightest drop of rains, tells of how urgent Nairobi drainage systems need a re-look to accommodate the rapid expansions all around us. We will fix this,’’ said Kagure.

While comforting Nairobians affected by the floods, Kagure told them better days lay ahead adding that the Capital City of Kenya requires experienced leadership to restore its lost glory.

Kagure said she was keen on ushering a leadership creates an environment that supports and allows our businesses to thrive.

She said Nairobi County leads all others in resources allocation, workforce, experts and innovative minds.

She noted that with the right leadership, Nairobi will be a booming economic and innovative hub not just in the country but in the region.

On why she supports Azimio La Umoja, Kagure said the campaign envisions a Kenya where everyone can comfortably live, trade and compete politically in any part of the country without being held back by ethnic, class or even gender limitations.

“Iam proud to be associated with this group and happy to have witnessed the outpouring love the people have for former Prime Minister Raila Odinga,’’ said Kagure

Kagure said Kenyans have received the Azimio La Umoja message positively and everywhere Raila is visiting he is being received warmly.

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