Jubilee will not deliver laptops
07 May 2015, 13:27
Nairobi - Kenyans do not believe that the government will deliver on the laptop project, according to a poll.
The poll, released Thursday by pollster Ipsos Synovate in Nairobi, stated that Kenyans do not have much faith in the government delivering on its key pre-election promise.
" Kenyans clearly do not believe that the process will either begin or be conducted in the right manner," Ipsos boss Tom Wolf said.
In the poll, 56% of CORD coalition supporters and 51% of Jubilee coalition supporters say the Jubilee government will not implement the Laptop project before the 2017 General Election.
According to the poll, 79% of Kenyans are opposed to the one laptop per child project and have instead proposed the laptop laboratory for all students in each school.
30% of Kenyans say there are not enough resources to sustain the one laptop per child project, while 27% say there is massive corruption in the procurement process.
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