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November 18, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: I learnt computer programming all by myself

Peterson Njoka
Peterson Njoka

I'm good at……………developing talents and youth empowerment.

I'm very bad at………………singing and dancing.

The last books I enjoyed reading were……..The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene and Peeling Back the Mask by Miguna Miguna.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is…………….learning computer programming by myself.

A common misconception of me is…….I am very tough.

One of my worst childhood fears was…………..annoying my parents.

My ideal out is……………at the beach in South Coast with my family.

In another life I'd have been……………a professor of physics.

If I was a politician, I would………………..set up youth saccos, income-generating activities and help the poor to educate their children.

The best age to be is………………….28.

The best part of my job is…………..when I satisfy my clients' needs.

My greatest regret is……………………..the time I wasted doing nothing.

Historical figures I most identify with…………………………..father of the atomic bomb Albert Einstein.

Living person I most admire……………….business magnate Chris Kirubi.

My greatest achievement is………………..creating a hospital database software.

My favourite writer is …………………..Ngugi wa Thiong'o.

My lowest point of misery is…………..whenever I lose a good opportunity.

My greatest possessions are…………….my brain and my heart in that order

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be………………….I am sorry for the mistakes I did. Please forgive me and take care of my family.

 

Peterson Njoka is a political analyst, a youth leader and an entrepreneur.

 

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