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“Nairobi owes Agnes Kagure an apology,” Facebooker Laments Amidst Piling Troubles in City’s Leadership

The online user, Ken Jasiaya, lamented the wrong choice that Nairobi voters made, emphasizing the need to have a qualified leader like Agnes Kagure lead Nairobi

by Dave
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A Facebook user, Ken JaSiaya, has bitterly lamented the wrong choice that Nairobi voters made, in electing the besieged Johnson Sakaja over a tested and tried leader like Agnes Kagure.

Ken eexpress his undying admiration of City Tycoon Agnes Kagure’s leadership style, noting from the many projects she continues to undertake in her private capacity, adding that it is indeed true that Nairobi needs to have a leader like her especially now when the current leadership led by Nairobi Governor Hon, Johnson Sakaja appear to be deep asleep.

While responding to a Facebook post where Agnes Kagure sought to assure supporters  that there is a need to continue being consistent and hardworking in whatever one does, Kan JaSiaya the opportunity to remind Agnes Kagure that she remains to be the solution to the Nairobi problems.

“Work now so that you’ll have time for pleasure later in life.”That’s what I told myself many years ago, and it worked. It can also work for you, ama namna gani my frens? Have a wonderful day with cherished memories,” Agnes Kagure wrote on Facebook.


Agnes Kagure

Photo: A posting by TUKO.CO.KE, highlighting Agnes Kagure’s recent plan for bright students. Read STORY
That notwithstanding, the City Tycoon has continued to leave many guessing her political moves ahead of the upcoming 2027 general election with several Nairobi political pundits warning that Hon Johnson Sakaja is politically living on a borrowed time and that it is a matter of time before things fall apart.
Those in the know have also argued that Hon, Agnes Kagure isn’t leaving anything to chance and that she has been traversing various parts of Nairobi County meeting with grassroots political leaders, economic shapers as well as helping families of those affected by the ongoing floods whereas Sakaja, on the other hand, is receiving fire from his own UDA Party.
The political infighting, coupled with the mess at City Hall, has left many Nairobi residents disillusioned and full of regrets over their current leaders who have neither concern for their welfare not the foresight and vision to offer solutions that Nairobi residents need.

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