A few months ago, while I was in Nairobi I had the pleasure of meeting photographers, Miguel Hahn and Jan-Cristoph Hartung in the midst of their latest project. We had a conversation about this project and they were excited to capture the daily lives of a rarely seen subsection of the population in Africa, the middle class. Take a Look at their brilliant photo essay.” Via African digital Art

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Sebastian. Security guard. Guarding a House in one of the wealthier areas of Nairobi.

Mwongera, Danika Ethan and Gabby. Mwongera is a Businessman.Danika is a home maker.

Ayanda and Anele.


Simon and Chris. Checking the rates at the Ngong horse racecourse. The horse racecourse is divided in two areas. One has a entry-fee and offers security, this one is prefered by members of the middle-class. The other one, behind the fence is free of entry fees and is frequented by people belonging to lower social classes.

Jairo. Former football player in the Kenyan premier league.

This is Africa, our Africa

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