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November 15, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: I have contributed to the war on corruption

Isaiah
Isaiah

I'm good at………..writing commentaries and research work.

I'm very bad at………..repeating things, especially in the work environment,  and giving instructions.

The last book I enjoyed reading is………….The Comedy of Errors by Shakespeare.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is…………..when i found myself in activism and the civil society yet I studied law.

A common misconception about me is………….I am too quiet and judgemental.

One of my worst childhood fears was……………..snakes.

My ideal night out is…………….dancing to soft music.

In another life I'd have been……………a lawyer.

If I was a politician, I would…………….champion proper leadership and integrity.

The best age to be is…………….35. You are mature and the decisions you make are final.

The best part of my job is……………..when I'm carrying out public education on corruption.

My greatest regret is………………i should have joined Transparency International earlier.

Historical figure I most identify with……………………Bahamian Evangelical Christian evangelist Myles Munroe.

Living person I most admire……………US President Barack Obama.

My greatest achievement is………………making contribution to the fight against corruption, writing research and establishing a link between corruption and human rights.

My lowest point misery was……………….when I lost my dad in 2000. It was a big blow to our family.

My greatest possession is………….my salvation. I am a born-again Christian.

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be……………I have accomplished a mission and lived my life's purpose.

 

Isaiah Mwongela is the programme officer , Transparency International in Eldoret town.

 

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