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Youth Win Big As Agnes Kagure Promises To Support Establishment Of Business Incubation Centres.

The Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant has focused her campaigns on the youth and women

by Isaac Odhiambo Snr
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Nairobi youth are in a celebratory mood after gubernatorial aspirant Agnes Kagure promised to support their push for the establishment of business incubation centers and knowledge banks in their various wards across the county.

Through her verified social media handles, Agnes Kagure¬†Tweeted that she is in full support of the youth’s push and that she would lend her support to make it happen. The same message was also relayed on her Facebook page where she posted about her support to the young people’s push for business success and linkages. Her post read;

Young entrepreneurs in our wards are pushing for the establishment of ward-level business incubation centers 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!
Through this ambitious move, the youth will be able to find free but very important business guidance and other useful information in their paths of entrepreneurship and innovation. This will have the effect of drastically reducing the number of unemployed youth seeking for employment opportunities since most will opt for self-employment through the now easy-go business options availale.

Agnes Kagure at a business summit

Agnes Kagure, who boats of an illustrious business career, has made the youth and women empowerment central to her campaign agenda and has a demonstrated track record to show of being a dependable all to the youth, as well as women.

In the Nairobi gubernatorial contest pitting her against Polycarp Igathe and Johnson Sakaja, Agnes Kagure is seen as a deciding factor given the huge support base of the youth and women that she commands across Nairobi’s various wards and constituencies.

Several analysts have even predicted a surprise win for her independent candidature given the large number of disenfranchised youth and women who decry both the worsening economy and the shambolic party primaries that affected a majority of them.

Would you vote for Agnes Kagure if elections were held today?

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