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Nairobi Women Caucus Spends Sleepless Nights For Karua's Nomination, Vouches For Kagure As Governor

Nairobi Women Caucus have congratulated Azimio - One Kenya partners (Uhuru and Raila) for considering a women running mate in August presidential contest.

The y affirmed their unwavering support for Independent Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Agnes Kagure despite losing Jubilee party ticket to corporate executive Polycap Igathe.

"We will vote for Agnes Kagure on date 9th August, 2022. We shall vote for her with whichever arty she will seek the seat on. We are the ones who told her to go for the seat. She has done a lot of ground campaigns by empowering micro, small and medium business owners" they said.

They also urged Uhuru to reconsider uplifting the women and giving them equal chances to take the leadership mantles.

"We want to urge our president Uhuru Kenyatta, look at the women with both eyes and consider vouching for Agnes Kagure's ticket for Nairobi gubernatorial seat" they added.

While suggesting Azimio - One Kenya to endorse Kagure for Nairobi seat, they proposed that the two-thirds gender rule to be practiced for top seats, both in national and county governments.

"When the president is a male gender, let the running mate be a female gender and the same should happen for gubernatorial seats. When governor is a female like here in Nairobi, because Agnes Kagure is the incoming Governor, let her deputy be a male gender" they sated.

They averred to rally Nairobi electorates to endorse Raila Odinga's presidency following the nomination of Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua for the principal assistant position in Azimio - One Kenya.

"And president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga wherever you are, may God bless you for nominating a female running mate. We haven't even slept since Karua was declared deputy. We so happy" they noted.

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