Wakuu, hii nimekutana nayo kulee kwa jirani zetu (kama ni recycle mnisamehe) http://kenyanlist.com/kls-listing-show.php?id=11389 Listing #11389 by ›› Sahau on 21-May-2008 . Viewed 2973 times . Replied to 69 times . Printed 55 timesKenyalisters, There was an article in the dailies that Kenyan men who dare work in Namanga always end up marring a Tanzanian lady even if the man was already married. Some of the men who have married Tanzanians when interviews said: Tz ladies know how to treat men (like a king) They never nag or irritate the husband The never want to behave or fight to be equal to the husband They are submissive and humble They don't argue much with their husbands In a nutshell, one man said since he married the Tanzanian lady, he stopped drinking! He always looks froward to going home to be treated like a king! When he was living with his Kenyan wife, he would drink late to avoid spending time with his wife? "One thing ladies ought to know is that any man would respect and love a submissive woman more than he would a nagging/abrasive/loud woman - and this is what Kenyan women are made of!" The men said. Is this true?