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From left, Centum Group CEO James Mworia doing weight lunges at The Colosseum Gym, Anne Kinyanjui, a partner at Iseme Kamau & Maema Advocates during her kickboxing training session (middle) and Ole Sereni GM Ghulam Samdani during a kickboxing session. PHOTOS | DIANA NGILA
From left, Centum Group CEO James Mworia doing weight lunges at The Colosseum Gym, Anne Kinyanjui, a partner at Iseme Kamau & Maema Advocates during her kickboxing training session (middle) and Ole Sereni GM Ghulam Samdani during a kickboxing session. PHOTOS | DIANA NGILA  

James Mworia, Centum CEO

James Mworia, the Group CEO of Centum Investments, says he is an amateur Muay Thai boxer amid laughs. He does kickboxing for fitness and for the past four years he has been training with his personal trainer, Geoff Wenwa.

At 5 a.m., we meet at the Colosseum Gym at Adams Arcade, Nairobi, and despite the early morning chill, it is a full house. Among them is Titus Karanja, the Sidian Bank CEO, who is catching his breathe after his workout.

‘‘You know when you set your mind to do something, you are going to wake up at 4.30am...every day,’’ says Mr Mworia.

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