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Nigerian-born lawyer, who designed ‘Wazobia tricycle’, joins Michigan guber race

Nigerian-born lawyer, who designed ‘Wazobia tricycle’, joins Michigan guber race
October 15
01:06 2020

Austin Chenge, a native of Benue state, has joined the race for the governorship position in Michigan.


Chenge, who announced his intention to run for governor of Michigan in March, is the first Republican to do so.

He would be contesting against Lamar Smith of the Democratic Party.

The 34-year-old is known for designing the “Wazobia tricycle” in 2016.  The initiative was aimed at improving the lives of peasant farmers in Africa.


Chenge studied law at the University of Birmingham, England and has been serving with the US military as a specialist since 2018.

He said if he emerges as governor, he would “introduce the biggest tax cuts in Michigan history and keep more money in the pockets of Michigan families and hardworking Americans.

“Defend our American Constitution and introduce constitutional carry (i.e. the carrying of a handgun, openly or concealed, without a license or permit), fight for the rights of our unborn children, and put Americans First.


“Fund programs that help our veterans get housing, education and matching jobs, and fund local law enforcement to keep us safe.

“Deregulate to ensure business growth, job creation and cut government spending and waste, and redirect it to repair our failing roads and infrastructure.”


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