Kenya ranked 2nd most attractive investment destination in Africa

Kenya is the second most attractive investment destination in Africa after Morocco, on the back of stable governance, human development and economic diversification, according to Ernst & Young’s Africa Attractiveness Index of 2017. CNBC Africa’s Bonney Tunya spoke to Adan Mohamed, Cabinet Secretary for Trade, Industry and Co-operatives to find out how Kenya has achieved this, and started by asking whether the upcoming general election in August will have a disruptive impact on business.

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