International Monetary Fund Predicts Why Kenya Will be The Best African Country Ever

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By Patrick Maina

According to new research released by International Monetary Fund is that Kenya have overtaken Angola to becomes third strong economy in Africa after Nigeria and South Africa respectively. Kenyan economy has risen drastically after peace agreement between two political leaders which has led to good political and economic stability. New projections have shown that Kenyan economy could shoot at the peak of Africa in recent future and overtake Nigeria economy.

According to many research carried out by international surveys also shows that Kenya is becoming hotspot of best country in Africa. Several research has ranked Nairobi as the best African city to work in and the 45th globally in a new cities survey, thanks to friendly residents and fair weather. Also, recently numbers of investors have increased in Kenya who have created a lot of investments in the country.

Kenya has an assortment of gorgeous world class 5 star hotels that will be your home away from home. From Hemingway’s, to Sarova, The Majlis, Nairobi Hilton, Serena hotel and a host of many others, our hotels are of the highest possible world standards. Check out the best luxury hotels in Nairobi. Also, Kenya is set to build one of best and tallest building in Africa with good and stable structural design that will be based in upper hill Nairobi. Kenya also have developed machine learning which have helped most of technological industries for it productivity.

Lastly Nairobi also have led in English Proficiency in all African city which have created good hub for international standard language for tourist. Travel slightly out of the hustle and bustle and you will find a cultural world shown to only the adventurous sort – anthropologists and travellers. Remarkably there are 42 tribes in Kenya. Consisting of different languages and ethnic groups – Kenyan people are diverse and their uniqueness is visibly abundant. The two official languages are English and Swahili. However, most Kenyan’s speak a third language – their tribal or mother tongue language. Kenya has the potential to be one of Africa’s success stories from its growing youthful population, a dynamic private sector, highly skilled workforce, improved infrastructure, a new constitution, and its pivotal role in East Africa

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