Kenya is on the rise a powerful economy and military in Africa and globally. The country is ranked 68th most powerful military worldwide.
According to Q1-FY-2015 economic surveys, Kenya is the 3rd fastest growing economy world wide out of 20 top global economies surveyed.
China and Philippines lead the pack followed by Kenya, the only African nation to appear in the top list besides Nigeria.
In March 2015, World Bank economic surveys project that Kenya’s economy will grow by 7%, and will be the best in Sub-Sahara Africa.
The country also indexed as a middle income country leaving the developing country rank.
Nairobi now ranks as a middle income country and one of the top 10 biggest and powerful countries in the African Continent.
Buoyed by a steady decline of crime and cost of energy, increasing exports, a recovering tourism, agriculture, and the prospects of oil, gas, and coal, the economy outlook is great.
Kenya is the regional powerhouse in East and Central Africa. Geographically, Nairobi serves as a business hub for regional economies.
Export and import routes to the deep of Africa are here. Water basins and gateways to the Indian Ocean help Central Africa grow and reach the outside the world.
Kenya helped shape the current safe feel of Somali by destroying the bases of the terror group Al-Shabaab.
The country has offered leadership to Africa. Nairobi has brought back the spirit of Africa and Africa is on the rise.
With its powerful military and a robust economy, Kenya is on the rise as an African power-house.