This Friday Nicole Seah, the youngest candidate to contest in the 2011 General Elections, has resigned from the National Solidarity Party this Monday, the 25th of August. She issued a statement this Friday in which she stated that it was a painful decision to leave the party but that she needs to grow in other areas.
‘Leaving the NSP was an extremely difficult and painful decision to make, and there was nothing which might have happened to trigger this departure. I started in politics as a fresh graduate wanting to make a difference, by bringing more political awareness and interest to young people in the last couple of years. It’s reached a point where I feel that my job is done (for now) and I have to move on and grow in other areas, before I can continue to give back to the communities I choose to place myself in,’ said Seah.
She ended her statement saying that, ‘I wish NSP all the best, and continue to hold its leadership and members in high regard. We continue to remain friends. For myself, this is not a complete departure from politics, as I continue to keep tabs on what is happening back home. I will just need to find a more suitable platform to contribute and give back.’
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