Battle: Dar es Salaam vs Nairobi


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Kulingana na baadhi ya wakenya kutaka hii battle. Sasa ni muda mwafaka wa kuonesha kipi Nairobi kipo hakipo Dar es salaam na kipo Dar es salaam hakipo Nairobi.
Ninaomba tuangalie katika positive way. Tuki post kitu kutoka Dar wale wa Nairobi wanaleta post ya kujibu. Na kama hakipo kwao wanasema hakipo na wao vilevile. Kama kipo kwenye plan wanaweza kuleta au sisi tunaweza kuleta kwaajili ya kujibu.

1. Master Plan of the city
2. Current View of the city
3. Ongoing Projects
4. Future Projects proposed
5. Culture and Life style
6. Food availability
7. Entertainment and Funny Places
8. Places to visit
9. Transport system (Private and Public)
10. Markets and Shopping malls
11. Hotels
12. Education centers
13. Health centers
14. Telecommunication and Data centers
15. Information Technologies and Innovation

Ndugu Jay456watt kutoka Nairobi kama ulivyo dai sasa thread inaanza.
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Have you ever traveled by air before? I really doubt. Kama umewahi safiri na ndege and you had to connect a flight, ungejua haha ni mambo ya kawaida Sana. People sleep in airports from Heathrow to JF Kennedy to Oliver Tambo and many other airports around the globe while waiting for a connecting flight. Lakini kwako wewe Kijana wa Tandale, hayo ni mambo ya ajabu yenye haijawahi tokea. Toka njee ya mazense uone dunia. The world does not start and end at Mbagala
Hao ni wachezaji, wanahitaji miili yao iwe fit ili kuperform vizuri siyo kulala kwenye tiles zenye ubaridi. Changamoto kama hiyo ilibidi iwe identified na kutatuliwa kwa ku kodi private jet kama ambavyo SIMBA, Mazembe, Al ahly wanavyo fanya. Kwa style hiyo hamtoweza kufika mbali kwenye mashindano. Wachezaji wenu hawawezi kufurahi kuwepo kwenye dhiki wakati wanajua tukikimbilia Tz tutapata neema.

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so unajaribu kusema kwamba Tanzania imenawiri kimchezo kiluliko Kenya ama point yako ni nini Nikka? Hebu nambie mchezo moja ambayo Tanzania inajulikana nayo intentionally apart from umbea na story za vijiweni? Nitajie tu moja then nikuheshimu
Hao ni wachezaji, wanahitaji miili yao iwe fit ili kuperform vizuri siyo kulala kwenye tiles zenye ubaridi. Changamoto kama hiyo ilibidi iwe identified na kutatuliwa kwa ku kodi private jet kama ambavyo SIMBA, Mazembe, Al ahly wanavyo fanya. Kwa style hiyo hamtoweza kufika mbali kwenye mashindano. Wachezaji wenu hawawezi kufurahi kuwepo kwenye dhiki wakati wanajua tukikimbilia Tz tutapata neema.

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IMF tips Kenya economy to hit Sh10trn this year

Business Daily
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The size of Kenya’s economy is projected to reach the Sh10.1 trillion mark this year, the latest statistical estimates by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have shown.

This will mark the largest absolute expansion in recent years, with the gross domestic product (GDP) estimated to rise by Sh1.1 trillion from Sh9 trillion in 2018.

In percentage terms, the growth this year is estimated at 5.83 percent, a slight decrease from 5.95 percent last year.

If the IMF projections hold out, Kenya’s economy could grow to Sh15.7 trillion in 2023.

The country expects to start commercial oil exports in 2022, a move that is expected to boost the GDP considerably.


A larger economy, coupled with strong growth in the coming years, means better prospects for expansion of jobs, labour earnings, investment opportunities and delivery of social services by the government.

Analysts say the government needs to entrench macroeconomic stability to maintain the growth momentum.

“We need low inflation, predictable interest rates and an environment of policy stability to attract private sector investment,” Robert Bunyi, an investment analyst, told the Business Daily.

Massive investments

Kenya’s current economic growth momentum is being fuelled by massive investments by the government and the private sector amid a favourable macroeconomic environment featuring low inflation and controlled interest rates.

The government continues to invest heavily in energy and infrastructure projects, including roads and the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR).

A substantial part of private sector investment is being channelled into real estate.

IMF’s growth estimates are based on the current market prices using exchange rates prevailing between January 14 to February 11.

They are also reliant on several assumptions, such as that established policies of national authorities will be maintained and that the average price of oil will be $59.16 a barrel in 2019 and $59.02 a barrel in 2020 and will remain unchanged in real terms over the next few years.

Dominant

Kenya’s economy is expected to remain dominant in the region, staying ahead of its rivals in terms of overall size and the welfare of the average citizen as expressed in GDP per capita
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Ethiopia’s GDP, which was previously tipped to overtake Kenya’s economy, is now projected to grow 7.7 per cent to $90.9 billion (Sh9 trillion) this year.

That of Uganda is expected to expand 6.2 per cent to $30.3 billion (Sh3 trillion).

Tanzania is estimated to register the lowest growth rate of 3.9 per cent to $61 billion (Sh6.1 trillion), interrupting its recent rapid expansion that has stood at more than six per cent per annum.
 

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