Susan Mugwe's Podcast: Muturi’s coronation was a Chutzpah strategy

Today’s conquerors are those who are fearless, not only to go after what they want, but have the audacity to do it

In Summary

• Chutzpah is derived from the Yiddish language. It describes the confidence or courage that allows someone to do or say things that may seem shocking to other people.

•  It means having the supreme confidence, courage bordering on arrogance, audacity, gall or nerve. It is the fearlessness to take on established authority and systems.