March 29, 2022

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The 2021 cost of living index by Statista compares the expected average costs of basic necessities such as food, clothing, entertainment and healthcare across cities.

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Nairobi amongst African cities with highest cost of living

Nairobi amongst African cities with highest cost of living

Nairobi has been ranked among the 15 most expensive cities to live in Africa based on their cost of living according to Statista’s cost of living index.

Kenya’s capital city ranked in position 15 in the index with a cost of living index score of 38.51.

The 2021 cost of living index by Statista explores the cost of living across cities in Africa compares the expected average costs of basic necessities such as food, clothing, entertainment and healthcare.

  1. Addis Ababa 58.92.
  2. Abidjan:  55.73
  3. Harare: 52.33
  4. Johannesburg:  46.
  5. Pretoria:  44.7.
  6. Gaborone:  42.84.
  7. Cape Town 42.24.
  8. Accra: 42.18.
  9. Marrakesh 41.73.
  10. Windhoek: 41.08.
  11. Tangier:  40.18.
  12. Durban: 39.86.
  13. Casablanca: 39.81,
  14. Nairobi: 38.51.
  15. Rabat 37.95.

 

 

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