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MUDA’s ‘Iron Lady’ on Seat Negotiations, Policy Plans for Johor

Amira Aisya, Secretary General, MUDA

24-Feb-22 15:00

MUDA’s ‘Iron Lady’ on Seat Negotiations, Policy Plans for Johor

Amira Aisya is one of the founding members and secretary general of Parti MUDA. Not only that, other members and supporters of the party regard the 27 year old as the ‘Iron Lady’ of MUDA. Amira will make her debut as a political candidate in the upcoming Johor State elections, competing for the Puteri Wangsa seat. She joins us on the show today to share why she decided to join politics, seat negotiations with Pakatan Harapan, as well as how she and MUDA are planning to improve the lives of everyday Johoreans.


Note: This show was recorded at 11am on 24/2/2022. At 2.50pm the party announced that MUDA info chief Rashid Abu Bakar will be competing in Larkin, confirming the first clash with Harapan component party, PKR.

Image credit: MUDA

Produced by: Dashran Yohan

Presented by: Dashran Yohan


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