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September 25, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: I don't mean to brag but I have a gorgeous smile

Esther Muchunu
Esther Muchunu

I’m good at………cooking and making salads.

I’m very bad at………………dancing when there's no routine.

The last book I enjoyed reading was……………..Sweetie by Jenny Tomlin. It is an unforgettable novel of innocence and fear.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is………..…nothing surprises me really.

A common misconception of me is…………….I am tough. It comes in handy at times.

One of my worst childhood fears was………….and still is snakes or anything slimy. 

My ideal night out is………………dinner at a quiet place with my girls having girl talk. It helps me unwind after a day of hard work.

In another life I’d have been……………..a chef with my own restaurant. I love to cook and the passion will not stop anytime soon.

If I were a politician, I would………….do things right. Be fair and just.

The best age to be………………..25. This is the age where you realise that time is ticking.

The best part of my job is……………….solving problems to a satisfying end.

My greatest regret is…………..I have none. Everyday should be a learning process.

Historical figure I most identify with……………….Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai. She was a powerful woman and worth admiring.

Living people I most admire…………my parents. They have made me who I am today.

My greatest achievement is…………….owning land. It feels really good. At least I know I have a secure future for my children.

My favourite writer is……………..Nora Roberts. Her writing inspires me.

My lowest point of misery was…I haven't reached that point yet.

My greatest possession is…………………my gorgeous smile. I do not mean to brag, but it is gorgeous

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be….Long live my legacy.

Esther Muchunu is an HR assistant with OneWay Cleaning Services.


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