Former Judiciary Registrar and Uasin Gishu Women Rep, GLADYS SHOLLEI, now regrets becoming a lawyer - She would be a billionaire right now

Friday March 29, 2019 - Uasin Gishu Woman Rep, Gladys Boss Shollei, is now regretting why he did Law to become a lawyer in Kenya.

According to Shollei, who is also a former Registrar of the Judiciary, she would have pursued a career in athletics having been a candid athlete in her heydays.

In an interview with the media, she blames peer pressure for influencing her against the idea of pursuing athletics as a career.

“As a result of peer pressure, I ended up studying Law, which was not my passion,” she stated.

I am an athlete since my heydays.”

“I have participated in the Lewa Marathon.”

“I regret not pursuing my dreams of being an athlete during my school days; because I was a very good runner.”

“But I blame this on peer pressure,” Shollei revealed.

She noted that had she pursued her childhood dream of being an accomplished athlete, she would be a billionaire right now.

These days I regret because had I been an athlete, I would be a billionaire right now.”

“I ended up being a lawyer and am yet to make much money as these athletes,” said the former Chief Registrar of the Judiciary.


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