Rotational energy, plenty of cheap land over the Indian Ocean away from significant air routes, easily securable.
Basically like Kourou.
Yet virtually inaccessible for civilian engineers and workers and with a poor quality of life. If you told me to go work in Somalia, I'd have to decide very carefully whether it's worth it. Obviously military personnel don't get to choose but rocket (and especially satellite) engineers are usually civilians.
Kenya and Ethiopia, on the other hand, are fairly easy to travel to and don't require constant military protection when you're off-base.
I doubt the Turks will care. They'll build a big compound, they'll fly in the employees and you'll live there and like it. Depending on where you are in Ethiopia or Kenya, significant armed escort is truly warranted.
The largest Turkish embassy in the world is in Mogadishu, the Turks are very invested in training the Somali National Army and there are significant Turkish economic interests throughout Somalia. This might not happen tomorrow, and it won't be Kourou or KSC or Baikonur, but as a proof on concept, it could possibly happen.