I am attentive and caring woman; I always consider others, my greatest dream is to create a tender relationship and a strong family.Only a family gives you a feeling of real happiness and warmth.
Worldfocus correspondent Martin Seemungal and producer Yuval Lion report from Nairobi on middle class Kenyans, who are educated, optimistic and upwardly mobile.
full_of_romance from Odessa, Ukraine I have been the life of the party since childhood, this is my brightest feature.
I have many friends, but only the closest person in my life is missing.
Always remember to use appropriate language in the chat room.
Downtown Nairobi is in stark contrast to the images of famine and war that often represent coverage of Africa.
Kenyas middle class has grown to 10 percent of the urban population — or 1.5 million people — making Kenya home to one of the largest middle class populations in sub-Saharan Africa.
Government deregulation stimulated economic growth and turned Nairobbery — a former nickname for the city — into a booming economic center.
About Kenya: Kenyan women and men are catching up with the hip hop world as young artist try to get Westernized.
But don't be mistaken, Kenyans still have a lot of pride in their cultural setting.