‘Bring our community back to its former glory’
The time is now to turn our community back to its former glory, says PEOPLE’S CHOICE founder, Nazmie Jamodien who is standing as councillor for Ward 115.
“Jamodien says: “For more than 16-years I could only address the plight of our people through the PEOPLE’S CHOICE newspaper, but now i have the opportunity to do something constructive about it to bring about change.
“I was born and bred in the area. I know the struggles and hardships our people are forced to endure.”
Jamodien further says, residents are fed up with empty promises made by bigger political parties.
“Litte or nothing is being done in our community.
“After Councillors get a seat you don’t hear or see them.
“Crime, unemployment, lack of affordable housing, drug dens, lack of accommodation for the homeless and the impact of the refugees on our community are major issues in our area.
“I believe through unity and new leadership we can make a difference and bring about change.
“I urge residents of Ward 115 to raise their voice and cast their vote.”
Community veteran, Mr Tahir Levy says: “We need to challenge these political parties who are in power.
“The struggle is real. Most people can’t cope with the high cost of living.
“There are far too many young people who are unemployed and roaming the streets.
“Give Nazmie Jamodien a chance, after all he is a homeboy from the area.”
Ward 115 by-elections – 9 December, Voting stations: Chapel Street Primary, Salt River Railway, Woodstock Town Hall, St George’s Cathedral-CBD
Vote for Nazmie Jamdien
Ward 115 By-Elections – 9 December 2020
Voting stations: Salt River Railway, Chapel Street Primary, Woodstock Town Hall, St George’s Cathedral