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December 11, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: As an MP I’d be delicately complex, like Shaban

I’m good at......... singing. 

I’m very bad at............... drawing. 

The last book I enjoyed is........ The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. 

The most surprising thing that happened to me was........................... experiencing what the power of positive thinking can bring my way. I thought it was just a myth. 

A common misconception of me …...............that I am twice my size.

 One of my worst childhood fears was.............none. I was fearless! 

My ideal night out..............dinner at La Dolce Vita catching up with friends or family as I share my 1,001 business ideas.

 In another life I’d have been................ everything that I am today.

 If I were a politician, I would be............ Naomi Shaban. She is a delicately complex woman. Very subtle but effective in her leadership. 

The best age to be.................. 27. 

The best part of my job is............................. I apply myself as a lawyer to change the entertainment industry. 

My greatest regret is...........none as yet.

 Historical figure I most identify with.................... Cleopatra. Her rise to the throne of Egypt was pure genius. 

Living person I most admire........................ Dr Doyne Mugambi. 

My greatest achievement is that................... I wake up every morning excited to do what I do. No amount of money can buy that. 

My favourite writer........................ Robert Greene. 

My lowest point of misery was......................... seeing my mum cry. It happened once and I was the cause of it. It has never happened again.

 My greatest possession is.......................my network.

 If I were to die in five minutes, my last words would be.................... the fear of the Lord is the beginning of all wisdom. 

Annette Mugambi the general manager at the Performers Rights Society of Kenya.

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