Kenya headed the wrong way, Kenyans say
14 March 2016, 15:04
Nairobi - Majority of Kenyans believe that the country is headed the wrong way, a new survey shows.
The Infotrak survey also shows that corruption, unemployment and high cost of living are the major concerns that need to be addressed before the next general election.
According to the survey findings, 13 per cent of Kenyans want cash looted from public coffers returned while 55 per cent of those interviewed want corrupt officials prosecuted.
However, while 62 per cent of CORD supporters feel disgruntled at the state of the nation, Standard Digital reports that 57 per cent of Jubilee supporters are okay with the way things are.
Kenyans of Twitter have also given their own reasons as to why they think the country is doing poorly.
Here are the top tweets posted under the hashtag #KenyaHeadedWrongWayBecause
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