I am originally from Cameroon, a country in Central Africa. The environment I grew up in is a lot like Little Horton, it is multi-cultural and diverse, a community where everyone co-exists with respect for one another and where family is of the utmost importance.
I became interested in politics from a young age due to my passion for altruism and social responsibility. I believe that everyone deserves to be given opportunities in life and that education is highly important in order for our children to reach their potential and follow their dreams. Little Horton is a community full of extraordinary opportunities and a large variety of skills, much like Cameroon.
My dream is for an inclusive society where everyone’s voice is heard and I think that local politicians should be held to account if they have not acted in the best interests of those that elected them.
I bring youthful energy and new ideas to the table; I want Little Horton to make a priority within the Council. One of my main focuses is to fight for more investment in Children’s Services to ensure that your children have places to gain new skills and socialise with other children with similar interests.