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Agnes Kagure Wowed by Intentional Leadership in Italy’s City, Shares Important Lessons

"So much to emulate," Nairobi politician Agnes Kagure remarks while on a business trip to Italy.

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Hon. Agnes Kagure, one of the prominent business moguls in Nairobi and who aspired to be the governor of Nairobi City County in the 2022 general election has today shared her amazement at international leadership skills during her ongoing tour in Italy.

Through her Facebook page on Monday, the outspoken woman political leader shared a photo of standing near Italy’s Lake Combo which has turned out to be a major tourist attraction in the world, a move that has seen Italy generate more revenue unlike in Kenya where leaders aren’t quick to tap her national resources.

Agnes Kagure speaking to the media

Agnes Kagure speaking to the media

“Behind me is Lake Como bordering Italy and Switzerland, and its story of transformation from a simple lake to a tourist site is an amazing one of planning and execution that we can emulate. I had planned a daring swim but my team Manchester United almost disappointed, I might have to switch teams soon. That aside, it’s a new week, let’s make it great. Success,” Agnes Kagure wrote on Facebook.

That notwithstanding, Hon. Agnes Kagure has in the recent past continued to pose herself as a possible competitor for Nairobi Gov Hon Johnson Sakaja in the upcoming 2027 general election.
Already, there are fears that Johnson Sakaja could end up being a one-term governor if the latest statement by Kenya Kwanza leaders led by MP John Kiarie castigating the Gov and threatening to impeach him over the City mess is anything to go by.

Elsewhere, Kenya’s ruling party, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) has been implored to tender an apology to Nairobians for endorsing a gubernatorial candidate whose competence was open to doubt.

Agnes Kagure speaks during a past event

Agnes Kagure speaks during a past event

Education analyst Janet Ouko on Monday argued that Nairobi’s management has been lamentable under Governor Johnson Sakaja’s rule, noting that it has attracted questions on his proficiency.
She also pointed out that Sakaja, despite having doubtful academic qualifications, was still granted a green light by the UDA party to contest and city dwellers are now bearing the brunt of that decision.

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