Great news has emerged as TIFA conduct it’s survey on president William Ruto’s government and how Kenyans are perceiving it. According to reports, 48% of Kenyans say high cost of living is the main economic hardship they are facing as 25% grappling with hunger and 13% with unemployment.
In addition, TIFA survey established that 37% of Kenyans cite increased economic hardship as a failure of Kenya Kwanza government while 71% say reducing high cost of living should be a priority.
Furthermore, 51% of Kenyans have been claimed not to sleep hungry, 25% miss food once in a while as 13% say they frequently go without food. On the other hand, in terms of CSs performance, Interior CS Kithure Kindiki has been ranked as best performer at 26%, Education CS Machogu second at 10% as PSC Mudavadi placed third at 4%.
TIFA has been conducting survey to a section of Kenyans and it is has now aired out the current situation Kenyans are saying about president William Ruto’s government and performance of the Cabinet Secretaries in Ruto’s government.
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