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In her bag - Everything's important

By | April 6th 2011

Lizz Ntonjira, NTV business news anchor and reporter

What bag are you carrying today?

It’s a Burberry.

Where did you buy it?

In Dubai last year.

How many bags do you have?

Lizz Ntonjira
Wow! I have many! I have a fetish for bags and shoes.

Roughly how many?

Over 40! I had a job while in campus and I spent most of my money buying shoes and bags.

Where do you buy most of your bags?

I’ve bought some from Urban Mpire on Moi Avenue, others when I recently travelled and also from a friend who buys from the UK.

Do you have any clutch purses?

Yes, I do. About ten.

What do you like about the bag you have today?

It’s not too big or small and it fits everything. I am carrying a lot of stuff yet it doesn’t look bulky. It’s unique. I wouldn’t buy a bag that is common.

What’s in your bag?

Gucci make-up bag, laptop charger, notebook, diary, Smint & Gum chewing gum, brown wallet. Guess reading glasses, Ray ban sunglasses, Sony Ericsson phone, cardholder, car keys, pen, Body Shop Moroccan Rose body mist, Black Opal pressed powder and Black Opal foundation. There is also Oriflame mascara, foundation sponges, two Gabrini lipsticks, two Nivea glamorous glosses, eye pencils, brushes, flash disk, combs and Dasani drinking water.

What would you never leave the house without?

Lip-gloss, comb, laptop, diary, phone, notebook — actually, everything in my bag!

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