By: Jennifer Ochieng | Wed 01 Mar 2017, 15:21
For the last few months, the heat in Nairobi has been crazy. Until just a week ago when it suddenly became chilly. Yeah, Ser Jaime Lannister, aka the Kingslayer, is coming to Nairobi, and with him a wave of cold air. Winter is coming people and our city is first to catch it. It took a while to make my point but you have to see what I did there. I mean, c’mon. Game of Thrones fans how you doin'?
Other than Game of Thrones, you can also catch Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as god of the air Horus in Gods of Egypt on Sunday 12 March at 21:30 on M-Net Movies Premiere (104).
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau who plays Jaime Lannister in Game of Thrones will be in Nairobi to referee a regional tournament for women supporting the United Nations 17 Global Goals dubbed Global Goals World Cup (GGWCup), which will be held at the Impala Grounds. For all of you who didn’t know, Jaime Lannister was appointed a UNDP Goodwill Ambassador in September 2016.
Say I found myself in a room with Jaime Lannister, here are a few thing I’d like to ask him.
PS: I’m asking for a friend.
- Six seasons in, how does he feel about his title Kingslayer? Is there a burden to it?
- And would he do it again (be the slayer)? I mean, we’ve all seen Cersei on the road to becoming the Mad Queen.
- Which one of his sins on Game of Thrones does he regret the most?
- That scene where he pushed Bran over the tower in Season 1, would he do it again?
- If he were not Jaime Lannister, which other character would he play?
- If he had a chance to play a Stark for a day, what’s the first thing he would do?
As a bonus, specifically for the "said friend"; what is his best feature when it comes to wooing the ladies? I'm low key hoping it's his GoT body armour but I would want to put words into Ser Jaime's mouth.