1. Libyan Dinar ( 1USD =LD 1.41)
Libyan Dinar has always been the strongest currency in Africa. It has been gaining it's strength in recent times because of it's monetory policy introduced by its country's central bank. In Libya,the Central Bank of Libya has a program that only sells a limited number to it's citizens. One Libya Dinar equals Ksh 64.02.
2.Tunisia Dinar (1 USD= DT 2.87)
This is the 2nd most valuable currency in Africa. One Tunisia Dinar is equal to Ksh 39.62.
3. Ghanaian Cedi (1USD= GH ¢5.49)
Ghana is a West African country with a well growing and well managed economy. One Ghanaian Cedis is equal to about Ksh22.68.
4. Sudanese Pound (1 USD= SD 45.06)
The Sudanese Pound is one of the most valuable currency in Africa but it's also the most volatile due to political instability in the country.
5. Moroccan Dirham (1USD = MAD 9.89)
This is one of the most strongest currencies in Africa. One Moroccan Dirham is equal to Ksh 8.90.
6. Botswana Pula (1USD = P10.90)
One Botswana Pula is worth ksh8.32.
7. South African Rand
This should be the strongest currency but it's gradually losing its value. Currently, 1 South African Rand equals Ksh 6.32.
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