Asked about the price of petrol, she said in Dohar they just buy the precious commodity at only 2 Qatari riyals per liter.
According to the current exchange rates, two Qatari riyals are equivalent to KSH 67.2 Which is almost three times lower that what Kenyans buy back on Nairobi.
Whereas there are Numerous sad stories from the middle east about kenyans who go there and don't come Back a live, there are encouraging stories from the region if this story by Wairimu is anything to go by.
Wairimu isn't Alone however, meet Anthony Bishop who owns a restaurant called jikoni.
Anthony whose restaurant serves foods including fish told the citizen crew that he intends to have franchise in a number of Arab countries.
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