In Libya, the CBL has a programme that only sells a limited number of dollars to its citizens. Also, its strength has been increasing steadily after the reopening of the previously blockaded oil ports and fields. That raised the country’s dollar earnings for oil sales.
The Tunisian Dinar comes in after the Libyan Dinar as the second most valuable currency in Africa. When compared to the Kenyan Shilling, you will get 39.62 Kenyan Shilling exchanged for one Tunisian Dinar. The exchange rate of this currency to the dollar, 1 US dollar is equivalent to 2.8714 Tunisian dinars.