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The Dark Horse of Epsom

The Dark Horse of Epsom

Immediate Release – 9th September 2014

Susanna Susara Kruger. A name that may not be familiar for many, but certainly no stranger to politics. First stood for Albert-Eden-Roskill in 2010 and for Mayor in 2013, and now she will be running independently for the highly contestable Epsom Electorate.

Born in Namibia, South West of Africa, a direct descendants of Paul Kruger, Father of the Afrikaner nation of South Africa, migrated to New Zealand on 7 January 2000. Living with her two daughters Alexandra and Barbara and current husband and 3 stepsons in Parnell, she is passionate about bringing transformative governance to the people of Auckland.

Creating a culture of encouraging self-employment and business development are the core essential beliefs of entrepreneurial economy that integrates social, education and commercial life that ensure sustainability through all facets of life.
“I am passionate about facilitating changes within the current social, educational and commercial life facets of our people in New Zealand,” says Kruger. “Building a wholesome nation that have world-class health care and education are very important.”

“At the same time, it is also Important to raise a New Zealand with reduce dependency on benefits, where young people are given an entrepreneurial career pathway that integrate social, education and commercial life. Tapping into skills and capabilities of people that help convert wisdom into saleable intellectual property. Revealing the entrepreneurial potential of workers which are locked into inequitable employer-employee relations.”

“Ensuring that the law is fair and early intervention is employed. That the law is to serve the people primarily to ensure order, and direct and apply societal law to guide people’s private existence.”

“Respecting our tanganta whenua, by ensuring their independence and abilities to stand on their own two feet. Ensuring that we welcome migrants from all over the world, and value their skills, resources to ensure compatibility and sustainability. Celebrate diversity at all level, all status, religion, gender and age.”

To learn more about Susanna and her vision, please visit http://www.transformativegovernance.com.

Have a look at the dark horse for Epsom, with all due respect.
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