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November 16, 2018

5-minutes-Interview: I'm most miserable when people don't trust me

Njeru
Njeru

I’m good at.............mobilisation and consolidation.

I’m very bad at...........cooking. The last time I tried making ugali I ended up with porridge.

The last book l enjoyed reading is...........How to Develop Self-Confidence and Influence People by Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie.

 

The most surprising thing that happened to me is.........becoming the Embu county Youth Trust Fund chairman.

A common misconception of me is...........I am a Kalenjin, when am actually a typical Embu.

 

My worst childhood fears were..............failure and repeating classes.

My ideal night out is................at a cool place outside the city with friends who add value to my life.

In another life l’d have been..........a lecturer.

If I was a politician, I would..................treat all people equally, initiate poverty eradicating projects and empower the youth economically.

 

The best age to be is...............32

The best part of my job is..........when I deliver positive results.

My greatest regret is.............time wasted.

Historical figure I most identify with..............Mahatma Gandhi.

Living person I most admire...............US President Barack Obama.

My greatest achievement is...............establishing my own company.

My favourite writer is................Robert Kiyosaki.

My lowest point of misery is........when people do not to trust me.

My greatest possession is.......my brain.

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be........I am sorry for the wrongs I have done to the gods and humanity. Welcome me to your place, oh God.

 

Genaro Njeru is the chairman of the Embu county Youth Trust Fund, a quantity surveyor and the CEO of Spex Group Company Ltd, a medium-sized real estate company.

 

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