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September 24, 2018

5-minutes-interview: It's a common mistake but no, I’m not a naive person

I’m good at....................playing football and reading different publications.

I’m very bad at..........watching TV.

The last book l enjoyed reading is...........My Life with a Criminal by John Kiriamiti.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is...............being elected chairman of Neno Sacco Welfare, Embu county.

A common misconception of me is..............I am very naïve.

One of my worst childhood fears was.............the dark.

My ideal night out is...................on the slopes of Mt Kenya with my family.

In another life l’d have been..........a lawyer. I love to fight for the rights of the poor and less privileged.

If I was a politician, I would................help my fellow citizens understand the constitution and make education, health and other basic needs affordable to every Kenyan.

The best age to be is..............mid 30. This is when you realise your potential and start taking life seriously.

The best part of my job is...........when I satisfy a customer's needs.

My greatest regret is..............joining a bad company in high school. I was expelled and this has affected my life to date.

Historical figure I most identify with...........freedom fighter Dedan Kimathi.

Living person I most admire................Deputy President William Ruto.

My greatest achievement is...........I'm not there yet, but having a stable family is an achievement on its own.

My favourite writer is............Ngugi wa Thiong'o.

My lowest point of misery is........when my children are unwell.

My greatest possession is.......my son.

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be........God bless my family, and the ones I have left behind.

 

Linus Fundi is chairman of Neno Sacco, Embu county.

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