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November 17, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: Believe it or not, I was afraid of being late to church

Gikunju Wanjiku
Gikunju Wanjiku

I’m good at..............conflict solving.

I’m very bad at...............singing.

The last book I enjoyed reading is...........The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is..............founding the Sobbermind Initiative Organisation in Kinoo, which provides informal training to needy children.

A common misconception of me is...............I am self-centred.

One of my worst childhood fears was.............believe it or not, I was afraid of being late for church. I felt like the worst sinner.

My ideal night out is.............at a great joint with nice meat and drinks, having a good time with my friends.

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

If I was a politician, I would.............tell the truth to the people. I would be an open book. What you would see is what you would get.

The best age to be is............40. I’m past the hard part of life, having achieved most of my goals. My kids are all grown up and independent. That gives me peace of mind.

The best part of my job is............completing a day’s work without any hiccups.

My greatest regret is..........none.

Historical figure I most identify with................Mau Mau freedom fighter Dedan Kimathi.

Living person I most admire...........former President Mwai Kibaki.

My greatest achievement is...............climbing Mt Kilimanjaro. The most exciting experience which involves a lot of adrenaline.

My favourite writer is...............Sam Kahiga.

My greatest possession is.............my brain. It can contains a lot of wealth and wisdom.

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be.........I forgive my enemies.

Gikunju Wanjiku is a farmer and a businessman.

 

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