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Kenya is located in the Eastern African part of the African Continent, bordered by Ethiopia and South Sudan to the North; Uganda to the West; Tanzania to the South; Somalia to the North East and the Indian Ocean to the South East.

The country enjoys a tropical climate with sunshine all year round.  The temperature average between 20˚C and 28˚C throughout the year. The country boasts of numerous unique tourist attractions and beautiful landscapes, ranging from open Savannah, Coastal beaches and River deltas.  Kenya is also a haven of Natural wonders such as the memorable wildebeest migration.  It is also home to the “Big Five” game and has won international acclaim as the authentic Wildlife Safari destination.


The latest country Brand Index (CBI) reports that 82% of visitors to Kenya demonstrated brand loyalty, with the main contributing factors being the generosity, warmth and hospitality of the Kenyan people.

President Uhuru Kenyatta signs the agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) on behalf of Kenya, March 21, 2018in Kigali, Rwanda

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H.E. President Mwai Kibaki signs Kenya’s new Constitution, 2010, into law

Kenya enjoys political stability and a favourable investment environment which is supported by constitution. The National and County Governments work with the private sector as a key partner in the development and growth of the economy

Stock brokers at the floor of the digitized Nairobi Securities Exchange

Kenya has the most developed stock market in the East and Central Africa region, Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) has market capitalization of USD23 billion by 2019;

Nairobi, The Capital City of Kenya

Nairobi, the Capital City, is ranked 6th in the World’s most dynamic cities according to the World Economic Forum City Momentum Index 2018. The City has attractive tourism products, hospitable and friendly people, quality night life, and hotels and restaurants offering local and international cuisines. Over the next five years, Nairobi is projected to have one of the fastest growing populations in the world