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What do you really know about Eastern Africa?25 Top Facts about Eastern African countries.

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  1. Ethiopia has the largest population of (114,963,588 people.)
  2. Somalia has the largest coastline in the region.
  3. Kenya has the highest GDP in the region.
  4. South Sudan is the leading Oil Producing Country in the region.
  5. Djibouti has the smallest population in the region.
  6. Tanzania has the highest point in Africa, MT Kilimanjaro.
  7. Ethiopia has the strongest military in the region.
  8. Ethiopia has the largest Dam, Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project in Africa.
  9. Kenya has the largest desert lake in the world, Lake Turkana
  10. Uganda supplies electricity to Kenya, Tanzania and nearby DRC regions.
  11. Rwanda has the cleanest city in Africa.
  12. Burundi once had monarchs.
  13. Ethiopia is rich with historical sites of king’s castles and Emperor’s Palaces.
  14. Eritrea The population of women in Eritrea is more than that of men.
  15. Ethiopia has the largest lion breed on earth, the Barbary lion with dark fur on the neck
  16. Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia have a long history dating back 4500 years ago.
  17. Sudan has more ancient pyramids than Egypt.
  18. Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have Lake Victoria which is the largest fresh water lake in Africa.
  19. Tanzania And Kenya have the Serengeti and Maasai Mara home to the great migration and 8th wonder of the world.
  20. Kenya Mombasa Port has been a port since before the 14th century; the eye witness was Ibn Battuta.
  21. Somalia was the first country in East Africa to produce a pilot.
  22. In Uganda , less than one dollar is enough to sustain you for a day.
  23. Northern Ethiopia and Eritrea have followed Christianity for more than 1600 years.
  24. Tanzania , Lake Tanganyika in Tz is the deepest lake in Africa,
  25. Lastly the longest river in the world is river Nile which is estimated to be 30 million years old…

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