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November 18, 2018

5-Minute-Interview: I’m still waiting for something to surprise me

Bilha Ngaruiya
Bilha Ngaruiya

I’m good at…......talking.

I’m very bad at…............singing.

The last book I enjoyed reading is….....Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke.

The most surprising thing that happened to me is...............…I am still waiting for somebody, or something, to surprise me.

A common misconception of me is……............that I am very strict.

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

My ideal night out is…...........hanging out with family and friends wherever.

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

If I was a politician, I would be......……Barack Obama – charismatic, sharp, charming, great orator and the best leader ever!

The best age to be is……............ 21. However, I am not saying I am 21.

The best part of my job is...................I have a boss who let's me experiment.

My greatest regret is...........not going to law school. I'd be an excellent lawyer by now.

Historical figure I most identify with....................Queen Esther from the Bible. 

Living person I most admire…......................my mother. A single mother who fed us, schooled us, provided shelter for us under the conditions she had. If only I can be half the woman she is.

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

My favourite writer is…..................…Rainer Maria Rilke.

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 and I hope it will never happen.

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

If I was to die in five minutes, my last words would be....................Tell them I lived it all. Thank you.

 

Bilha Ngaruiya is a publicist, artiste manager and event’s organiser with I.D Live.

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