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Kenya is an East African country that boasts of its natural resources, vast cultures, wildlife, better infrastructures, and good towns which have enhanced business activities. The nation has four beautiful cities which serve citizens with different purposes with Nairobi being the largest and capital city. Nonetheless, some of the key urban areas are developing quickly as a result of strategic location, agricultural activities, and due to good connectivity of road network.
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Kisumu is the third biggest city in Kenya and is an important link between the port of lake Victoria and the coastal port of Mombasa. The city is connected by well-paved roads and a railway line in addition to the presence of an airport which makes the place easily accessible from most parts. Furthermore, modern buildings are being erected to replace the old ones and to create more space for commercial activities as well improve the appearance of the city's skyline.
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The city is currently undergoing an urban rehabilitation of the downtown and lower town which includes modernizing the lakefront, decongesting main streets, and reducing reckless accidents. I think with these improvements Kisumu will be at a level of developed cities like Nairobi and it will be a more favorable place to visit. What is your take on this?
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