Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Agnes Kagure has partnered with Community Organizations, who play centre role in making the lives of the locals better through voicing the grievances of underprivileged and downtrodden people in the societies.
Why hyping the role played by Community Organizations especially to the less-privileged, Kagure's team was warmly received by the Mwanzo Mpya Peace Organization to hatch fruitful mechanisms in the bid of ensuring installation of peace during the forthcoming August 9, election.
"Community organizations play an important role in our society. In their various areas of specialties, these groups work to make our lives better and are the voices of many whose voices cannot be heard" said Kagure.
She also pledged allegiance of incorporating other organizations that sought to specialize in health, governance, education, empowerment advocacies.
"In my bid to partner with more organizations to make life better for many, I'm thankful for the warm reception that Mwanzo Mpya Peace Organization accorded my team. I remain hopeful that our partnership to enhance peace during this electioneering period will be fruitful even as we reach out to more organizations specializing in health, governance, education, and empowerment advocacies" She added.
Kagure's Political Experience
Ms Kagure, who picked youthful running mate, Mr Abel Onchari Oyiey, confidently insisted on securing the seat in August contest. She noted that party politics will not determine the next Nairobi governor, as this year's election will be hugely hinged on practicable agenda.
"I have demonstrated over the years that I have all it takes to deliver quality leadership to the residents of our county, having been actively involved in education, development and social works through my foundation for many years, that has given me first hand experience of the challenges our people face as well as solutions they know will work for them" she said during the launch of her gubernatorial bid at Kasarani.
Other candidates in the city hall race includes; United Progressive Alliance (UPA) candidate Kenneth Nyamwamu, Cleophas Kiio of Ford Kenya, Tech-entrepreneur Harmam Grewal (Safina), Nancy Mwadime of Usawa Kwa Wote party, UDA candidate Johnson Sakaja, Jubilee candidate Polycap Igathe, Esther Thairu Waringa (Independent) and former journalist Denise Kodhe of Liberal Democratic Party.
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