New research done by KNBS shows that Kenyan men have an avarage of 7 cheating patners
recent report by the KNBS highlights the prevalence of infidelity in Kenya, with men having an average of 7 cheating partners, while women average of 3 cheating partners
According to a recent report by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), Kenyan men have an average of seven cheating partners. The study, which surveyed 2,000 men and women across the country, found that infidelity is a significant issue in Kenya, with 40% of men admitting to being unfaithful in their current relationships.
“Of those with more than one partner in the last 12 months, 24% of women and 45% of men reported using a condom during their last sexual intercourse,” the report said
It is important to note that this report only captures a snapshot of infidelity in Kenya, and it does not take into account the various cultural and societal factors that may contribute to this issue. Additionally, it is also important to recognize that infidelity is not exclusive to men, as the study found that 24% of women also admitted to being unfaithful in their current relationships.
While infidelity is a complex issue, there are steps that can be taken to address it. For example, open and honest communication, as well as mutual respect and trust, are key components of a healthy relationship. Additionally, individuals and couples can seek out counseling and therapy to address any underlying issues that may contribute to infidelity.