Images from Africa in the Western media show mostly terrible misery, exoticism or outrageous luxury. The UN says that more than ninety percent of all Africans live neither in war nor crisis-areas and the economic growth of some African countries is among the largest in the world. Kenya‘s economic growth is annually between five and six percent which is three times higher than the growth in Germany. This is above all to the credit of the middle class, which is probably the most crucial potential for the development of the country. Nevertheless you hardly notice anything about the lives of african middle class people. For instance in Nairobi/Kenya...
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