Last time i saw a thread in JF claiming that Kenya is more peaceful than Tanzania. Then today I was left wondering how did Nairobi make it in this list.... 9. Nairobi, Kenya > GDP per capita: $807.50 (32nd lowest) > Adult literacy rate: 73.6% > Adult mortality rate per 1,000: 387 > Population living on < $1 per day: 19.7%According to the UN, nearly 20% of the population of Kenya lives on less than $1 per day. The country has one of the highest unemployment rates in the world, and GDP per capita is just over $800, compared to the estimated $46,860 in the U.S. While crime is high throughout the country, it is particularly bad in the capital city of Nairobi. Violent crimes, including carjacking, kidnapping and home invasion, occur regularly and are often fatal. According to the U.S. State Department, In early 2007, two U.S. citizens were killed and one critically injured in two separate carjacking incidents. Nairobi averages about 10 vehicle hijackings per day and Kenyan authorities have limited capacity to deter and investigate such acts. Nairobi also is known to be a hotbed for scams targeting tourists. Read more: The Most Dangerous Cities in the World - 24/7 Wall St. The Most Dangerous Cities in the World - 24/7 Wall St.