President William Ruto
 President William Ruto

Kenyans did not agree with President William Ruto's claim that he was on track to save the country from the terrible situation he was said to have gotten it into. Ruto said that he had inherited the country in this state.

The findings of a survey by Infotrak released on February 28 indicated that 62% of
Kenyans believed their country was heading in the wrong direction.

The high expense of living, which was highlighted by 73% of the participants, came in at the top of the list of reasons given by those who are unhappy with the administration that is being led by Ruto.

During the ceremonies for Kenya's 59th Jamhuri Day, Kenyans gather at Nyayo Stadium to watch the events taking place there.

They also complained about the fact that many people didn't have jobs and that they had to pay taxes that were too high. The five major issues are brought to a close by poor politics and governance.

It is important to note that 75 percent of respondents from Nyanza, 66 percent from the Western region, and 66 percent from the Eastern region thought that Kenya was about to have problems.

At the same time, 23% of the people interviewed said they supported President William Ruto's government, and 15% said they didn't think the country was going in either the right or wrong direction.

Those who were optimistic talked more about how Kenya was a wealthy country and how its people got along well with each other.

In response, they refuted the claims by stating that the present government was fulfilling its purpose and that the expense of living was manageable.

The expense of living, joblessness, and the educational system were easy for people to understand as the top three worries of those questioned. Agriculture, a decline in poverty, and concerns about safety were among the others.

According to the graphic, concerns about economic aspects make up about half of the main issues that the participants raised. One of the primary concerns about the economy is the rising cost of living, which accounts for 25% of the total.

The handling of natural disasters, the equitable allocation of funds, and the empowerment of women and young people are the problems that residents are the least worried about.

Infotrak said that Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki was as good as his best-performing peers in the executive branch, based on the results of the study. 

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