People have a history of voting for prominent and wealthy people. Could this trend work against you?
It is the same prominent and rich people who have failed the constituents. History has shown that although they have money and power, they cannot lead well. I think the demand for change and the need for fresh blood will work for me.
How has your family taken the news of you joining politics?
My mother supports me, but she feels l am still too young and would have waited a little longer. I feel that I am ready to join politics.
Furthermore this country needs transformational leadership and the youth can offer this. Our leaders have ignored us for too long but this is our time.
Tell us about yourself.
I was born in Kiengu village in Igembe Central constituency. I attended Ari Reumea Primary School.
I went to Chogoria Girls High from 2003 to 2006.
In 2007, l joined Kenya Polytechnic University College for a diploma course in Sales and Marketing.
I am pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Nairobi.
I am also a businesswoman.