Nairobi Acting Governor rallies foreigners to invest in Nairobi

Kananu said Nairobi offers unrivaled business opportunities for investors.

In Summary

• In the index released in September, Kenya’s Capital, which is the only city in the world with a game park, is ranked at position 98.

• In a separate event, Kananu has been praised for her selflessness in ensuring Nairobi’s economy grows.

Acting Nairobi Governor Anne Kananu, county assembly speaker Benson Mutura county attorney Lydia Kwamboka with some MCAs at City Hall, when signing of public nuisance bill 2021 into law/ *GPS
Acting Nairobi Governor Anne Kananu, county assembly speaker Benson Mutura county attorney Lydia Kwamboka with some MCAs at City Hall, when signing of public nuisance bill 2021 into law/ *GPS

Nairobi County Acting Governor Ann Kananu has urged foreign investors to come and invest in Nairobi because of its unlimited available opportunities.

While speaking during an official visit at Hilton Midtown in New York, United States, Kananu said Nairobi offers unrivaled business opportunities for investors.

“We have great business opportunities in Nairobi and I urge all of you to visit our city. I welcome you to do your research on the available opportunities that Kenya has to offer,” said Kananu.

Her remarks come at the time when Nairobi is ranked among the Top 100 Global Financial Hubs, which makes it play in the same league as other world cities like New York, London, and Hong Kong.

In the index released in September, Kenya’s Capital, which is the only city in the world with a game park, is ranked at position 98.

In a separate event, Kananu has been praised for her selflessness in ensuring Nairobi’s economy grows.

Speaking in Mombasa during the Annual Development Plan (ADP) for the financial year 2022/2023, Nairobi acting County Secretary Jairus Musumba said Kananu is very keen on projects that will benefit Nairobi.

“As we discuss this document, let’s put it in mind that our boss is very keen on ensuring that whatever we do, we must put the interest of Nairobi residents first. That is why we have all assembled here,” said Musumba.

“Analyse the document for the purpose of making it better and align it to service delivery and betterment of the lives of Nairobi residents. We expect the Executive to look at the ADP document and identify any gaps for the purpose of improving it,” he said.