Nyama Mama Delta

Why Nyama Mama Delta Is A Heaven Of Delicacies

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“You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.” -Paul Prudhomme

That’s exactly what I felt when I stepped into Nyama Mama Westlands, Nairobi. It’s the hottest new I had already read fantastic reviews about the eatery — it’s located at Delta Corner, just along Waiyaki Way — but I decided to go and sample the dishes all by myself.

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Nyama Mama Delta

All You Need To Know About The Popular Nyama Mama Restaurant

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Nyama Mama Delta is more than just your average diner. The impression it leaves in your mind at first sight is similar to that you get when you notice an eccentric performer on a culture night out.

They offer a great range of dishes, which are served in a way that instantly evokes fond memories. Remember when you were young, probably visiting your grandparents upcountry and they would serve you yams and porridge in a metal Kikombe and platter?

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Ethiopian Airlines Is Africa’s Airline Of The Year 2017

Ethiopian Airlines has been named the ‘African Airline of the Year’ for the second time in a row.

The Addis Ababa flag carrier was awarded during 26th Annual Air Finance Africa Conference & Exhibition held in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The award—presented by the African Aviation—recognised the airlines’ continued rapid growth, increased profitability and contribution to aviation development in Africa.

“We are pleased to win the award for the second time in a row; a testimony of our commitment to serve our beloved continent Africa,” Meseret Bitew, the airline’s acting chief finance officer said.

“We shall continue to play vital roles in connecting African countries with their major trading partners around the world and realise an economically liberal Africa,” he added.

Despite a turbulent year for airlines in Africa, the Ethiopian carrier expanded its route network, modernised its fleet, inaugurated three new aircraft maintenance hangars and introduced a world-class in-flight catering facility.

“In addition, Ethiopian Airlines has achieved a record financial turnover and profitability in spite of various industry challenges. Currently, the airline is well on track to exceed the goals of its Vision 2025 Strategy,” said Nick Fadugba, the African Aviation CEO, when announcing the award.

Ethiopian Airlines reported a 70 per cent jump in full year 2016 net profit to $265 million boosted by an 18 per cent increase in passenger number over the period.

Source: The East African