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Millions of Kenyans Cannot Afford to Retire

The financial services firm, Alexander Forbes, said more than 40 percent of Kenyans cannot afford to retire and must continue working. The new report shows that another 40 percent rely on family for support. The survey paints a sad picture for of Kenya’s ability to care for its growing aging population. 65-year-old Domnic Ologi runs a tap water kiosk. He spent three decades working in the public and private sector. He stopped working 10 years ago, but he is one of millions of Kenyans who...

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