There’s been no wedding. But comedian Eric Omondi says he’s already married, in Kenyan law, to fiancee Chantal Grazioli because they’ve been living together for more than six months. Does the law agree?
Kenyan officials have compared government statistics – on policing, healthcare, the judiciary – to one or other ratio “recommended” by some global body. But where do these ratios come from? And are they useful?