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September 25, 2018

5-minutes-interview: Why vote for the wrong person then complain?

Kelvin
Kelvin

I'm good at...politics.

I'm very bad at.............I believe if I cannot be 100 per cent good at something I am at least 10 per cent good at it.

The last book I enjoyed reading is..............Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter.

A common misconception of me is..................I am mean. I am actually very kind it's just that people take it for granted.

One of my worst childhood fears was.........and still is heights.

My ideal night out is.................with family and friends anywhere near home.

In moments of weakness I.................seek God's guidance.

In another life I'd have been.................a farmer. This is still my side hustle.

If I was a politician, I would................strive to make Kenya a happy place where no one judges you because of your tribe.

The best age to be is...................between 20 to 21. One has no major responsibilities.

The best part of my job is...............I help my community and the society around me.

Living leaders I most admire..................Kiambu county Youth executive Michael Waikenda. He is very young and he has very good leadership skills.

My greatest achievement is....I have helped youths in Kiambu form groups and they are benefiting from the county Biashara Fund through the Youth department.

My greatest regret is...............any time Kenyans vote for the wrong person to office then complain later.

My greatest possession is.............my mother. A single mother, she has struggled to give us the very best in life.

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be..............Thank You, God, for always being there for me and helping me achieve the little that I have.

 

Kelvin Wangari is the MD and founder of Conair Entertainment, a farmer and political aspirant.

 

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