I see your point in the article, but in order to praise Kenyan prudent macroeconomic policies it is senseless to use Euro Zone standards. Why, because situation and challenges are drastically others !!! "If Kenya was a member of the Euro Zone" ... ... people wouldn't die from hunger and disease (remember Turkana!) "If Kenya was a member of the Euro Zone" ... ... the risk of postelectoral violence wouldn't be there. "If Kenya was a member of the Euro Zone" ... ... donors and NGOs wouldn't put their effort and money to educate, heal and feed your population. Kenya is doing well in many fields. But this insistance in making comparisons with Euro Zone, now that it is in dire straits, is very unfair to Kenyan themselves.