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September 24, 2018

5-minutes-interview: I consider my hands to be my greatest possessions

Clinton Oramba-works with Honey Care Africa as a Production manager
Clinton Oramba-works with Honey Care Africa as a Production manager

I'm good at...............music – singing and playing instruments. I have a voice to boot.

I'm very bad at......................studying, especially for exams, but somehow I always emerge among the best.

The last book I enjoyed reading was.....................Angels and Demons by Dan Brown.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is.............being among the participants launching a certain product. It was such a huge venture and I was glad to be on the team.

A common misconception of me is................I am over religious. I just happen to love and trust God more.

One of my worst childhood fears was...................snakes. I still get shivers whenever I spot one, even on TV.

My ideal night out is...............................at a special probably with a nice breeze, good music and plenty of food with my friends.

In another life I'd have been....................an engineer.

If I was a politician, I would.............advocate digitalisation. The era we are in dictates that we go up the ladder and live better and different lives than yesterday’s.

The best age to be is........................eight. It was the most fun time of my life.

The best part of my job is...................selling ideas to my clients. It leaves me happy and fulfilled knowing that someone’s needs have been met.

My greatest regret is.................falling in love for the first time and it never worked. Loving someone is never an assurance that they will love you back.

Living person I most admire.................Aaron Rimbui, the best pianist in Kenya.

My favourite writer is................Dan Walker.

My greatest possession is...................my hands.

My idea of perfect happiness is.................a lot of cash, a good job and a beautiful wife.

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be..............I love you mum and dad.

Clinton Aramba is production manager at Honey Care Africa.

 

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