Kenyans don't trust Duale and Muturi
27 May 2015, 18:16
Nairobi - Kenyans do not trust leader of majority in the National Assembly Aden Duale, according to a poll.
The poll, released Wednesday by pollster Ipsos Synovate showed that only 13% of Kenyans trust the controversial Duale to make the right decisions for the country.
Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi is also not on very good books with Kenyans, with only 15% of Kenyans trusting him.
" Duale's controversial nature has not endeared him to Kenyans, who feel he is disruptive and causes lots of trouble, Ipsos boss Tom Wolf said of the low rating.
Duale has been in the news on a negative note lately for saying he will release the names of persons linked to the Al Shabaab terror group in the country and failing to do so.
He has also been linked to several controversial comments in the past.
Muturi on his part has also been thought of by Kenyans as incompetent, especially with his handling of the Security Bill last year in which officials in the house were reduced to blows.
Kenyans also rate lowly his ability to be partial in the house as a reason why they don't trust Muturi.
On the other hand, 22% of Kenyans trust parliamentarians to do the right thing for the country, the poll said.
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