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November 21, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: If I had to do it all over again, I’d be a priest

Ambrose
Ambrose

I’m good at...........mobilisation, mentoring and servant leadership.

I’m very bad at.......washing dishes.

The last book I enjoyed reading is...........The Power of Character in Leadership: How Values, Morals, Ethics and Principles Affect Leaders by Myles Munroe.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is...........representing Kenya at the United States Institute for Student Leaders Program in the US in 2008.

A common misconception of me is.........................I am a snob.

One of my worst childhood fears was...............failing in school.

My ideal night out is................dinner with my family.

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

The best age to be is....................28.

If I was a politician, I would......................advocate servant leadership, empower the society economically and ensure zero corruption.

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

My greatest regret is..........when what I have done is unappreciated.

Historical figure I most identify with.........former President of Burkina Faso Thomas Sankara.

Living person I most admire is.........Pope Francis.

My greatest achievement was..............attaining a First Class Honours bachelor’s degree in computer science. The best in my graduating year.

My favourite writer is..........Maya Angelou.

My lowest point of misery is.........when I fail to achieve my goals and aspirations.

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

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be.........I have done the best I could for humanity and the world. Welcome me, Lord, to serve You.

Ambrose Njeru is a lecturer at USIU.

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