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If you had to choose one gift to receive from (boyfriend/ husband or fiancee) this Christmas what would it be?

Readers Lounge - By Jenipher Wachie
(From Left) Agnes, Janet and Joan Photo: Jenipher Wachie

Men claim women are complicated and getting them gifts becomes such a hard tasks. Well we asked around and here are suggestions for Christmas gifts for your lady.

Agnes Chesire, Psychologist: I would like a trip to Uganda. I love their culture and food. I would love to get some lessons from our Ugandan sisters of treating men/ husband which I believe will make my marriage better and stronger.

Agnes Chesire, Psychologist Photo: Jenipher Wachie

Janet Korir, Marketer at Alexandria Cancer Centre: I would like to have quality time with my partner. To give me love and assure me of his trust which I have never experienced with my former boyfriend.

Janet Korir, Marketer Photo: Jenipher Wachie

Viola Korir (Kapkoma Lady), Musician: I would expect my husband to give me love and trust. I need him to love me more. I’m a musician and it’s a stressing career, that’s why I need him to be there for me. When I am out there he is not with me hence the need for his trust assurance, that I can take care of myself and cannot do anything to jeopardize our marriage.

Viola Korir, Musician Photo: Jenipher Wachie

Joan Rono, Student: I need him to express his love to me. Buy me a unique gift that will remind me of this day and our flourishing love. I need us to review our honey moon promises and build a better future.

Joan Rono, Student Photo: Jenipher Wachie

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