Kenyans want a leader of high integrity
09 July 2012, 09:54
Nairobi - According to a recent study, conducted by Infotrak-Harris Research and Consulting 35 percent of Kenyans will be looking for a person of high integrity and development conscious as their next president when they go to the polls next.
Speaking to Capital News, Angela Ambitho, CEO of Infotrak Harris said 17 percent of Kenyans polled said they will expect their next President to be open minded, 15 percent said they would looking to a transparent, honest and trustworthy person while 13 percent would vote in a visionary leader.
Ambitho added that one of the key things that Kenyans hold dear and key is hard work and career success.
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