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Kenya Is Safe, Open For Investment, President Kenyatta Says

“Kenya is on a positive reform trajectory and the Government has implemented far-reaching structural reforms and sound macro-economic management with an impressive turnaround in economic performance,” President Kenyatta said.

Kenya Is Safe, Open For Investment, President Kenyatta Says
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