13-06-2017 by redazione
A few years ago, the National Daily newspaper "Daily Nation" had launched the alarm with a survey that revealed "the crisis of marriage between the pressures of modern life in Kenya".
According to the survey, only 40% of Kenyans thought they were happy about their marriage.
Today, data is even more in the ascent and divided by regions, surprising the data of the coast, where a kenyan on two professes contrary to the wedding or disappointment of their marriage. Most of these people, interviewed by a local radio, are already in the second or third marriage quiz.
In Kenya, according to more polls, love is not among the factors leading two people to decide to marry and to keep up the marriage; The first place is money and children. Only four out of 10 said they were married for love.
Six married Kenyans on 10 say that the only attachment they are to their marriage is their children, while 45 percent of the respondents claim that their marriage is motivated by money and material goods. The main causes of separation are the quarrels about money issues and the heavy interference of the in-laws, while infidelity is no longer the main cause of marriage failure. Half of the respondents stated that money is the main cause of marital conflicts, followed by interference by members of the extended family (39 percent of respondents).
Where the conflict ends with divorce and separation, 64 percent of respondents attributed to money-related problems the failure of marital union, while 56 percent of the infidelity.
Most of the men who are already separated or divorced accuse the wife of becoming controversial and disrespectful.
Most divorced women on the other side accuse husbands of not showing enough commitment in the report. "In addition to unfaithfulness and money, the struggle for equality is emerging as the" modern cause "of marital problems in Kenya," the article of the Nation noted in the past.
Half of divorced or separated women stated that they had divorced because their spouses did not treat them as peers. "Interviews with married couples reveal the shocking decadence of the matrimonial institution in Kenya, an institution that, according to family attorneys, should be the foundation of the state," the newspaper said.
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