The Star (Nairobi)

1 February 2013

Kenya: 5 Minute Interview - I Admire Obama's Unshakable Belief

I'm good at........my job. I'm very passionate about what I do.

I'm very bad at..........being patient.

The last book l enjoyed was......If tomorrow comes by Sidney Sheldon.

The most surprising thing that happened to me was...... winning a beauty pageant.

A common misconception of me is.......... that am spoilt.

One of my worst childhood fears was.........failing in exams. I'm very scared of failure.

My ideal night out is.........out with good friends at a lounge enjoying an expensive bottle of wine.

In another life l'd have been a...........nun.

If I were a politician, I would........campaign for peace and love in our beloved country Kenya.

The best age to be is........22years old.

The best part of my job is......... making money and interacting with different people.

My greatest regret is....... not taking up a job offer in project management straight after university.

Historical figure I most identify with is.......Nelson Mandela. He is such a selfless man.

Living person I most admire is........ Barrack Obama. I love how he believed that he could make it against all odds.

My greatest achievement is........ owning my own company at 27.

My favorite writer is......... Sydney Sheldon. I have read all his books.

My lowest point of misery is.......... not knowing what to do when at crossroads. It takes time for me to make some decisions

My greatest possession is........my piece of land. It's like one of my greatest achievements.

If I was to die in five minutes my last words would be..........God forgive me for my sins.

Rahab Mukiri is the CEO of Heels Avenue, an online women's shoe shop..www.heels-avenue. com.

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