Kenya's Economic Prospects Tied to Polls
As the nation heads toward the 2013 polls, observers have warned that election violence or malpractice could seriously stunt economic growth and investment.
The post-election violence in early 2008 resulted in more than 1,000 deaths and the displacement of at least half a million Kenyans.
Capital FM, 16 January 2013
The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) has warned that the manufacturing sector may experience slow growth during the first quarter of this year as investors await the... read more »
Capital FM, 11 January 2013
Economic experts and business executives believe that there will be a huge acceleration in the Kenyan economy if elections are handled well, but they warn that billions in revenue... read more »
East African Business Week, 11 December 2012
Kenya's economic recovery speed will largely depend on the next general elections scheduled for March 4th 2013.read more »