Dating a kenyan man
Overall, those polled (54 per cent) wanted to be in a monogamous relationship while 30 per cent preferred an open relationship.
Only 10 per cent of the population sample felt they should have the freedom to roam, while six per cent believed the woman could roam as long as they did not know.
Relationship attributes Agreement was highest that current relationships are based on financial status (85 per cent), followed by love (76 per cent), character (72 per cent), physical appearance (70 per cent) and level of education (60 per cent), health (55 per cent), age (51 per cent) and cultural background (48 per cent).
Ideally, though, men would like to choose their dream woman on the basis of love and affection (78 per cent), followed by character (70 per cent), physical appearance (68 per cent), level of education (62 per cent), health (60 per cent), age (46 per cent), cultural background (44 per cent) and religious affiliation (38 per cent).
Kenyan men also prefer a woman who has the same level of education as they do, and expect to share domestic chores equally with them.
The survey, conducted by Infotrak Research & Consulting and Harris Interactive Global across the country’s eight provinces in the last week of July, sampled 1,200 single, married, separated and divorced men as well as those living with a partner.
The rhino had been part of an ambitious effort to save the subspecies from extinction with the help of the two surviving females — Sudan's daughter Najin and Najin's daughter Fatu."He was a great ambassador for his species and will be remembered for the work he did to raise awareness globally of the plight facing not only rhinos, but also the many thousands of other species facing extinction as a result of unsustainable human activity," the conservancy's CEO, Richard Vigne, said.
A copy of his genetic material was taken on the day of his death in the hope that future technology could potentially revive the species seemingly doomed for extinction."His genetic material was collected yesterday and provides a hope for future attempts at reproduction of northern white rhinos through advanced cellular technologies," the conservancy said on Twitter."The only hope for the preservation of this subspecies now lies in developing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) techniques using eggs from the two remaining females, stored northern white rhino semen from males and surrogate southern white rhino females."Sudan's death "is a cruel symbol of human disregard for nature and it saddened everyone who knew him.
Their numbers dipped below 100 about a century ago, but an intense effort initiated by South African conservationist Ian Player in the mid-20th century turned things around.He had been born in Sudan, taken to a Czech zoo and then transferred to Kenya in 2009. Northern white rhinos once roamed parts of Chad, Sudan, Uganda, Congo and Central African Republic, and were particularly vulnerable because of the armed conflicts that have swept the region over decades.Other rhinos, the southern white rhino and another species, the black rhino, are under heavy pressure from poachers who kill them for their horns to supply illegal markets in parts of Asia.Most Kenyan men also want their ideal woman younger than them, shorter than them and earning less money than what they make.Even then, they are willing to let her share in making financial decisions but few would brook her family’s deep involvement in their relationship.