Godson Azu Stands for All People's Party
For Brentford Ward
My name is Godson Azu, and I leave in Wicksteed House one of the Brentford Towers on Green Dragon Lane, am married with three daughters . I am a writer, author and publisher, was once a union leader with the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union while working for Greggs the Bakers for over 7years. Since living the company in 2012. I have being engaged with various community programs on ethnic minority groups, while at the same time working on my recent book, Titled: “Campaign Strategies For Political Success” which was launch couple of weeks ago, but would soon go on public sale soon.
My key inspiration for entering politics here is the dynamics of British politics which has a huge historic perspective and modern complexity, most especially with that of change and reform progression reaching out to various levels of public debates. Brentford is gradually building into a cosmopolitan political area within the borough.
Following our party philosophy which is hugely driven by the changes in modern political trends that is calling for equity and justice at all levels. Brining about the main slogan “Equality at the Top” the party when voted into office would fight for greater equal opportunity and political representation of all the diverse communities in the Borough and most especially from the Brentford ward.
When elected on the platform of APP, i would push strongly for a complete “Freeze” on council tax until 2018, to give head-room to the low-income families in the ward. I would also ensure that during the same period of time no resident is evicted as a result of the “Bedroom” tax in the ward.
To foster a better and stronger youth scheme in the ward, I would ensure that a reasonable funding allocation from the Youth Services Budget is handed over to the youths who run various youth projects in the ward, for easy access and implementation.
On Housing schemes and prices, I would lead the campaign against new developments in the area that would disenfranchise people in the from affordable homes, all new developments of housing scheme should put into consideration the local content , so to give a fair opportunity to the residents on low-incomes and or new buyers, most especially young individuals or couples.
It is my humble dream that together we can make a greater difference in our today’s aspirations and our tomorrows expectation for a better Brentford for all.
May 9, 2014