“I want it to have security, and I want people to meet up face to face. I don’t believe in online relationships.” That’s especially important in a country like Kenya with a growing economy.While some residents live in Nairobi, others still live in rural areas.
He was raised by a single mother of four boys, and he saw how important it was to have a strong relationship because he missed having a father figure. It’s important to have that foundation before you start dating and are committed,” he told us.
“It’s hard to convince people to stand back, decide who you are and what you want, and then jump into it.” Meanwhile, Ian has been contemplating offers from investors to expand to other countries throughout Africa.
In Kenya, men are allowed by law to take an unlimited number of wives, so long as they’re all over the age of 18.
The number of single men and women is relatively small in Kenya, making it tricky to find someone who shares the same values, traditions, styles, and interests.
When I first started, people were very old-school minded, especially when you hit the 40s and 50s. “They may be high-end professionals and are a little skeptical.