Kenya’s economy is growing at 5.9%. It is a frontier economy of 46 million with lots of opportunities for investment in sectors as diverse as tech, infrastructure, agribusiness, and light manufacturing. Kenya is also a gateway to the wider Eastern Africa region, with a market of about 120 million.
But if you are not a potential investor and just want to visit, here are some pictures to help you along…
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg visited Nairobi this week for business. He also found time to visit Lake Naivasha, a quick two hour “safari lite” destination to the northwest of Nairobi. The best thing about Nairobi is that it is the only city in the world with a national park (not a zoo) within city limits. Zuckerberg could have gone for a game drive in Nairobi, if he wanted to. The pictures were posted on Zuckerberg’s Facebook account.
Now go ahead and book those tickets.
Hilarious to see this after you tweet sarcastically about conserving Kenyan landscapes to attract western tourists. Maybe you should “shut up please” as you so eloquently put it.
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You are so nice!
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