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While in university, he was the president of AIESEC. I love it because I love road trips and travel a lot. You know there are many beautiful girls who aren’t smart? The announcement Wednesday by Mr Igathe appeared to have been an abrupt change of mind after the company had stated that he would stay at the company’s corner office until the August 8 General Election.He got his first job in Australia working for Queensland Health as finance officer. I said, let me reward myself after working so hard for all these years. Polycarp Igathe: I don’t know what it says about me, but I hope it says that I spend a lot of time in traffic and I like to enjoy the comfort. I mean I just can’t understand how someone can be beautiful and not smart. “I have taken a leap of faith; I have left a job in the private sector to come into the political arena because I represent all small, medium and big business interests who clearly know this city is 60 per cent of the GDP of our country.
However, if one will just look around more, they will find that there are other less-known but equally beautiful beach spots in other parts of the Philippines.Polycarp Igathe last job before Vivo was with Haco, where he did 10 years. I’m very clear who I am and what I’m about, I speak plainly and that, at times, wins me enemies at the beginning and plenty of friends at the end. When you are a good actor, it takes you very long to win and you are dismissed as a fool. I don’t believe in acquiring things for the sake of it. Question is, how do I make them survive in a society like this? Industrial Court judge Njagi Marete in February suspended a law that requires public officers to quit office six months to a General Election, saying they should only leave after party primaries.Interviewer: Which part of your career journey have you enjoyed the most? Interviewer: What have you learnt in your career so far? But eventually you win because at the end of the day, how many beds do I need? In a staff memo, Mr Igathe revealed he had spoken to Christian Chammas, group CEO of Vivo Energy about his political ambitions.My weakness is that I need to become more aware of my impact on other people. Polycarp Igathe: When I was working at Breweries, standing in role as marketing director. I felt like I was reporting to Parliament and I’m very weak in politics. Sometimes, I’m known for being blunt which I want to think of as plain-speaking. Another challenging period was managing Haco during the post-election violence. When I run into people who want to associate with me because of that myth, oh I take advantage of it and just order a very expensive whisky.
As I was approaching my 40s, I said I had enjoyed my steaks too much and had to lose weight. I stopped eating carbohydrates as much, but I’m battling with it. (Laughs) Sometimes I say in this life I’m not going to be the last one out. I went through a period of one year without carbs, I just [whistles] whittled down.