A new study conducted by InterNations expat insider, a world-wide community and information platform for people living and working abroad, has finally named Kenya as the world’s 7th most dangerous nation to live in.
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The conclusional report by the InterNation’s latest study simply indicates what’s like to live and work abroad in sixty four countries around the world.
This year’s survey, the firm voted 20, 259 expats as representatives of 182 citizenships and residing in 187 countries, covering fields such as personal finance, quality of life, cost of living and many others.
The new report shows that Kenya’s capital Nairobi is the most dangerous region to live and work in compared to Kabul in Afghanistan, Mogadishu in Somalia, Bujumbura in Burundi, Damascus in Syria, Baghdad in Iraq and Tripoli in Libya.
Majority of foreigners and expats from different countries complained that Kenyan streets are indeed unsafe and it’s difficult for someone to walk freely.
Other expats from Europe also complained that they are easily robbed and conned because Kenyans believe that foreigners are rich.
Another foreigner said Kenyan police officers demand for bribe all the time. Roads are in horrible state and traffic is just awful.
Brazil is considered very unsafe even security wise for expats. The economy is also pretty bad, expats just struggle to afford the cost of living in Brazil.
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