Extremely multi-talented and multi-skilled, Penny Nyambura has almost literally done it all. For school, she studied at Kianda, Serare and finished off her primary education at Thika Road Academy. For secondary schooling, she was at St. Francis Mang’u and St. Lucie Kiriri.
“St. Francis was tough life!” she says, laughing. “There was a bit of culture shock, but I think it helped nurture me, I feel like I can now deal with people from all walks of life.”
Penny and I meet at the culturally authentic Le Palanka restaurant in Lavington. The restaurant serves a great variety of African dishes, this including Nigerian Ewedu, Senegalese Dibi and an assortment of Kenyan cuisine.