Kenya at Forty-Five: 1963 - 2008 (Economic Performance, Problems and Prospects) Otieno Okanja

ISBN: 9781847486967

Published: June 4th 2010

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124 pages


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Kenya at Forty-Five: 1963 - 2008 (Economic Performance, Problems and Prospects)  by  Otieno Okanja

Kenya at Forty-Five: 1963 - 2008 (Economic Performance, Problems and Prospects) by Otieno Okanja
June 4th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 124 pages | ISBN: 9781847486967 | 6.78 Mb

Since it gained independence in 1963, Kenya has enjoyed stable government and a relatively prosperous economy. However, the distribution of wealth within the country remains unequal, and to remedy this Kenya will need to overcome corruption in government and business, and set aside tribal conflict between its peoples.

Otieno Okanjas study of Kenya in the last forty-five years surveys the countrys economic landscape, looking at the social, political and geographical factors that have influenced its post-independence history. It suggests ways in which the disparity between the rich and poor may be addressed, tribal conflicts overcome, corruption in government tackled and natural resources used most effectively. All of which is vital if Kenya is to continue to build on its success as an independent nation.



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