Today’s morning conversation referenced a study that claimed that 1 in 3 women go on dates just to get free food. The studies results amazed Maina. He was shocked that this type of thing could be happening in this our country.
This has occasioned us to ask the question, ‘Do you agree with the results that 1 in 3 Kenyan women go for dates in porder to get free food?’
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A divorce ruling has ended the era of the 50/50 division of assets.
If you are splitting up from your hubby, pole girls, you won’t be entitled to half the assets in your marriage.
The High Court has declared that couples whose marriages end in divorce are entitled to what they each contributed during the union.
Justice John Mativo, in a landmark ruling on Monday, rejected a bid for couples to share their acquisitions 50-50.
Fida had wanted section 45 (3 of the Marriage Act, that states couples should get what they contribute, declared unconstitutional.
But the judge said: “A person cannot walk into a marriage and then walk out with more than what they deserve.”
He said the provision was meant to curb situations where parties to a marriage would be left to settle debts incurred during the subsistence of the marriage.
The Federation of Women Lawyers had challenged the constitutionality of Section 7 of the Matrimonial Properties Act.
The organisation had alleged the section offends Article 45 (3) of the Constitution which provides that parties to a marriage are entitled to equal rights at the start, during and at the dissolution of marriage.
Fida had also argued that the law creates unfair discrimination against women, arguing that the gender suffers most after dissolution of marriage.
The contention was that the law was passed by Parliament despite objections.