“A system plagued with corruption” was how 22-year-old Marc Chandler viewed politics. While pursuing a course at university, he began to understand how politics should work compared with the reality in the society and workplace. “I gave up on the idea that I could make a difference,” he said.
Fast-forward eight years and he joined a new political party and accepted a position on its executive. Chandler’s outlook has changed and he has clarity that faith “goes hand in hand” with public life.