Kenya’s underlying economic numbers point to strong growth -central banker

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya’s central bank governor Patrick Njoroge on Thursday said that underlying economic numbers pointed to strong growth this year.

“All these point to strong growth in 2020 despite COVID,” Njoroge told an online news conference, citing higher production of tea, maize and cement.

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