By Wanjiku Kironyo

recognized across the world as a motivational speaker and the founding father of the Maji Mazuri association, Wanjiku Kironyo has been defined as a amazing and encouraging girl. As an indomitable strength within the lives of hundreds of thousands of forgotten Kenyan humans, Wanjiku is a lady who strives to alter the attitude of these who see poverty and deprivation as their existence future.
This intimate memoir tells how Wanjiku chanced on her personal future; a future a lot larger than the single she estimated as a bit lady transforming into up in a distant Kenyan village, through the time of the Mau Mau struggle. Wanjiku unearths how an opportunity come upon gave her possibilities that exceeded her mind's eye and the way her personal exertions reworked these possibilities into luck. She speaks of the tradition surprise she skilled as a college scholar in California, the teachings she discovered as a foreigner dwelling in the USA, and her heartfelt choice to come to Kenya to make a good distinction in her domestic state.

Working as a Social technology lecturer on the collage of Nairobi, Wanjiku selected to hold out her box research in Mathare Valley, the world's second-largest squatter slum. the following she introduced desire to determined ladies who had became to brewing illicit beer and prostitution so as to aid their young ones. As she maintains to try to remodel the lives of marginalized Kenyans, Wanjiku’s lifestyles is a testomony to the transformative energy of self-determination and the philanthropic spirit.

Born to Be Unstoppable is the tale of Wanjiku Kironyo’s deeply felt own fight opposed to forget and human deprivation, a conflict she is set to win. during this relocating memoir she chronicles her Kenyan tale, her worldwide trip and her life's legacy.

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