“I would like for us to try to erad­i­cate some of the per­pet­ual third world prob­lems that we face which are rooted in fac­tors such as a fail­ure to di­ver­sify our econ­omy, but again th­ese are ideas which are eas­ier said than done given our eco­nomic sit­u­a­tion

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be­lieve that it would put me in a po­si­tion to im­ple­ment the poli­cies which I be­lieve could help bet­ter the coun­try. I also be­lieve that I would be able to pro­mote the true in­ter­ests of the peo­ple when I rep­re­sent the coun­try at meet­ings of the rel­e­vant in­ter­na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tions.

The STAR: If you were to be

Yen­ver: There is a lot that I would like to change. How­ever, want­ing to change some­thing Yen­ver: Yes, but not in a man­ner in which it in­flu­ences what I do in­ten­tion­ally. Ev­ery­thing I do is sim­ply done with good in­ten­tions at heart and a will­ing­ness to de­velop not only my­self holis­ti­cally but the up­com­ing gen­er­a­tions as well. The youth are the fu­ture and it is of para­mount im­por­tance that they are in­flu­enced pos­i­tively.

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