As the clock is unstoppably ticking for August 9 election, Nairobi gubernatorial seat seems to have garnered traction with candidates setting up campaign pace in attempt of securing city hall seat.
Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Agnes Kagure, who defected from Jubilee to vie as independent candidate after failing to secure party ticket, has insisted that she is still in the contest for city's apex position.
During her ground campaigns, Kagure acknowledged the overwhelming support from city locals and assured to front their grievances when elected county chief in forthcoming general election
"Our estate barazas were awesome and I look forward to more. I also get you loud and clear destination ni city hall" shared Kagure
Kagure had also promised to empower young entrepreneurs who have been pushing for establishment of ward level business incubation centres and digital knowledge banks to direct the upcoming entrepreneurs on the terms of excelling in the current competitive markets.
"Young entrepreneurs in our wards are pushing for the establishment of ward-level business incubation centres and digital knowledge banks to guide them and other entrepreneurs on the hows of excelling in today's markets and finding ways for more collaborations and linkages with local and international partners. I concur, and will support" Kagure said.
Defiant Agnes Kagure stood firm and vowed to seek city seat as independent candidate after Uhuru and Raila settling on Polycap Igathe's candidature.
Other candidates eyeing for Nairobi seat includes; Kenya Kwanza Alliance candidate and Incumbent senator Johnson Sakaja, Kenneth Nyamwamu among other potential aspirants.
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