Majority of Kenyans believes country is heading to the wrong direction

A survey report released by Infortrak indicates majority of Kenyans thinks the country is heading to the wrong direction.

The report indicates that 53 percent of the people who participated in the survey cited the high cost of living as the country’s biggest problem

The report also indicated 29 per cent of Kenyans singled out unemployment as the single most pressing concern.

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Kenyans who were interviewed did not hide their disappointment with National Treasury as 58 per cent were unsatisfied with the 2019/2020 national budget which was recently read.

The survey also revealed corruption, insecurity and food security as most pressing issue with 16%, 5% and 4% respectively.


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