Betty Kyallo’s voluptuous Luhya curves come out to play during Standard Newspaper multi-million relaunch (Photos)
Ladies from Western Kenya are known for their voluptuous bodies that rival those of American video vixens.
For those who don’t know Betty is half Luhya that is why she has maintained voluptuous body even after going skinny #teamslimthick.
For a while now, Betty has been wearing some minging long A-line dresses, but her curves came out to play in beautiful lemon yellow and white halter neck dress.
This was one of her looks as a master of ceremonies (M.C) when Standard Newspaper relaunched yesterday night. The other look she wore was a suit from the Undisputed Woman who dressed her for her high-profile birthday party at Kiza Lounge.
The new look Standard unveiled last night will be smaller to match the Nation Newspaper size and cut the cost of printing as Business Today revealed. They will also bring in writers such as Facebook bigwig Wanja Kavengi and is bringing in content with a longer shelf- life than what we are used to.
A project that roped in the skills of American Newspaper designers and was estimate to cost around 20 Million to 10 Million Khs.
Aside from the stylish new look, the features of the new paper include:
Hustle: A magazine featuring inspiring stories from entrepreneurs who have made it and those who have failed and tips on how to launch a successful business and make investments.
#Hashtag: A combo education magazine of issues in the sector and lifestyle of young people undergoing tertiary education.
Financial Standard: Promises to offer 'reliable, authoritative and precise business analysis and the latest inventions and news in the tech-sphere.'
From the Courts: A segment that will give you a look into the sizzling drama of court rooms.
Africa: A page to carry all the breaking stories from the continent.
Metropolitan: Focuses of what is going on in Nairobi and its surroundings.
School and College: Through this Standard promises to break new ground on trends in the education sector and provide insightful analysis on policy statement that affects teachers and students
The Explainer: This will display stories in visual form using modern story telling techniques and infographics to explain the news and social topics.
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