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Kagure roots for youth empowerment, says an empowered youth is a future secured

Prominent Nairobi business lady Agnes Kagure says empowering the youth is the only sure way of securing their future.

Kagure said Nairobi youth and indeed the Kenyan youths are full of innovators who with empowerment and government support, they will be able to have the future they desire.

She said she was happy that the current conversations in the country are now revolving around how to promote the youth and to grow the economy.

Kagure said she is passionate about youth empowerment her interest is to see the Nairobi youth well empowered to be able to run their own affairs.

She said a youth empowered is a future secured, with less crime, less youthful dependants and a future full of innovators.

Kagure said the best way to contribute towards building our youth’s future was by training them to be dynamic and empowering them to be the makers of the future they want.

She said while the older generation worked on farms and became millionaires motivated to escape poverty, today armed with technology and science innovations and government support, the youth can become millionaires through agriculture.

Kagure said since the future is about the youth she would ensure that in her administration the youth would be part and parcel of the decision making processes.

“The future is about them, why leave them out? Let’s build and empower the youth to be makers of the future they desire. Walk with me and lets make it happen,’’ said Kagure.

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