Jubilee sponsoring corruption, majority of Kenyans feel
18 October 2016, 15:30
Nairobi - Majority of Kenyans feel that the Jubilee administration has failed to deal with corruption.
More than half of Kenyans are dissatisfied with the direction Kenya is headed in regard to corruption and the economy, a new survey indicates.
The survey, by Twaweza East Africa, indicates that 53 per cent of Kenyans are dissatisfied with the direction Kenya is headed in regard to graft.
Another 52 per cent are dissatisfied with the direction the country is headed in terms of the economy.
" The country has stagnated in the fight against corruption, with many of the opinion it has increased under the Jubilee Coalition," a press statement from Twaweza stated.
The statistics appear to be the major Achilles heel that Kenyans have with the Jubilee administration.
" When asked how satisfied they are with the direction the country is headed in four key areas of governance, more than half responded that they were dissatisfied with corruption in government,” Twaweza added in the press statement.
Scandals have rocked the Jubilee government since they took over state affairs in 2013.
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