Angola will also plunge into a recession, with its GDP shrinking by 1.4 per cent.
However, Kenya, with an economy valued at Sh9.74 trillion last year, is way behind the second-largest economy in the region.
IMF estimates South Africa’s GDP at Sh36 trillion in 2019, while Nigeria’s total wealth was estimated at Sh44.6 trillion.
Kenya, however, drops to position six when you include all the African countries, with Egypt, Algeria and Morocco coming between Kenya and South Africa at positions three, four and five, respectively.
|GDP current prices (billions of US dollars)||2017||2018||2019||Estimated GDP growth 2020|
|Congo, Dem. Rep. of the<||37.615||47.099||48.994||-2.30%|
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