Kenya and Nigeria Officials Have Different Economic Outlooks (Videos)

Patrick Njoroge, Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, speaks to WSJ Africa Bureau Chief Joe Parkinson on how technology has driven growth in Kenya at the Wall Street Journal Investing in Africa event in London.
Uche Orji, CEO of Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority, speaks to WSJ Africa Bureau Chief Joe Parkinson about potential investment opportunities within agriculture at the Wall Street Journal Investing in Africa event in London.
Africa today is a continent with starkly contrasting growth stories.

Kenya, with its diversified economy and relatively strong institutions, weathered the recent crash in commodities prices fairly well, while nations more dependent on oil and mining, such as Nigeria, took a hit.

Patrick Njoroge, Kenya’s central bank governor, and Uche Orji, chief executive officer of the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority, talked with Joe Parkinson, The Wall Street Journal’s Africa bureau chief, about where investment in Africa is flowing now and what new opportunities and risks are emerging.

Read more: Kenya and Nigeria Officials Have Different Economic Outlooks – WSJ

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