The Star (Nairobi)

1 December 2012

Kenya: Trending With Nana G - Jah Cure

Jah Cure promises not to disappoint and I don't think he will. Kenya has waited a long time for this, so let's hope we all behave and show him we can act right at concerts.

But I'm sure there will be some ladies screaming the house down when he takes to the stage. And why not, the guy can sing and he's easy on the eyes. Enjoy the show and if you haven't bought your tickets yet, what are you waiting for?

New yoghurt in the Market:

I was in the dairy section at the supermarket and came across Toggs goat milk yoghurt. I was like huh? Never seen this before in Kenya.

I decided to give it a try and I have to say it's yummy and a good change to the regular yoghurt. Once you get over the whole goat milk yoghurt thing, you will find it very sweet. Those of you who are willing to try something new, pick up a packet and give it a try.

Gifts for guys:

As Christmas draws near, we sit and wonder what to buy for the guys. I was at Village Market this week and popped into Barton, next to Nakumatt and I'm happy to report that I saw a lot of gift ideas for men.

They had ties, belts, shoes, dress shirts and suits. They also had casual wear such as jeans, sweaters and t-shirts. So if you are looking for gifts for christmas, look no further. Contact them on: +254207122396 or www.barton.co.ke

High speed at home:

I was getting tired paying so much for internet when when I came across a company called Faiba.

Jamii Telcom has rolled out the latest fiber to the home network in Karen,Nyari,Runda,Muthaiga,Lavington,Kitisuru, Loresho,and its

environs to provide the latest Information, Communication and

Entertainment services to area residence. The packages available are:

1) 10Mbps at Sh10,000, per month

2) 15Mbps at Sh15,000 per month

3) 20Mbps at Sh20,000 per month.

There is one time installation fee of Sh15,000. They will provide equipment at your premises which will provide Wi-Fi access, four Ethernet ports and two voice ports.

Among many other features fiber optic is faster. With faiba internet, the whole house can go online at the same time with no drop in speed. For me this means my apple TV will work with no interruptions and I can spend hours online checking out stuff. If you too are interested, give Nick Karari a call on 0723 796 496.

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