The High commissioner of Kenya in India, Mr. willy K. Bett, announced that Kenya will be offering the best investment opportunities to India because Kenya is looking forward to cooperate from India with regards to the different sectors such as "food production, medical treatment, agriculture, manufacturing, housing at low cost.
Mr. Willy K. Bett stated that, "Indian products and services that are of high quality but priced affordably in th Kenyan market will have a good demand and as Kenya has political stability and this could be an advantage to the Indian products and services."
There are many better ways and benefits Kenya can gain from India with regards to agriculture, healthcare, housing, manufacturing, food processing; as India is the third largest source of inbound tourists to Kenya.
It has been announced that over 60000 Indian tourists visited Kenya last year (2017).
Further, to ensure food security by seeking investment in agriculture, the Kenyan government needed equipments to focus on the production of small farm holdings as this was the primary aim of Kenyan government and since Indian companies had plenty of scope in this sector, it asked India for the support towards ensuaring food security to it's people in primary production as well as food processing.
Also, Kenya wanted to match the Indian model with regards to healthcare as Kenya is seeking funds for its healthcare system in order to offer good medical facilities to the maximum people in Kenya who are below poverty line, whereas Kenya government is also focusing in reducing the cost of healthcare.
It has been noted that many Kenyans also visited India for medical treatment.
India's main exports to Kenya includes Vegetables, tea, healthcare, soda ash, metal scrap.
India is considered as the second largest investor in Kenya by Kenya Investment Authority.