Life In Kenya

609 WordsJan 28, 20182 Pages
I am in my late 30’s who’s a full time student and a family man with a fulltime occupation. My wife would have her own indecency able to work and not say home to have children or watch them all day long. My wife would have her own indecency able to work and not say home to have children or watch them all day long. She would also follow her dreams and aspirations to become whatever she wanted to be. My children would follow all the schooling even though the some places the poverty levels and lack of government structure there are few schools in many communities, and many that exist do not provide a superiority education that is required form the country they would play a sport or two. As far as the economy of Kenya is the biggest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Southeast and Central Africa. Agriculture is a most important employer and the country conventionally exports tea and coffee, and more recently fresh flowers to Europe I would work in the industry fields of work dealing with things such as: plastic, furniture, batteries, textiles, clothing, soap, cigarettes, and flour. In doing this type of work and being a student and employee in the country studying learning the business of the industry areas while, living urban middle-classes . Living life in Kenya would be a reasonably exciting as a student in school over there. Kenya would be a pretty good for me to go and learn some parts of the Africans history there and choose out of a least

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