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EACC survey show most Kenyans are concerned about corruption, unemployment and poverty

A nation under the table of corruption. The report by the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission show our country very deeply rooted to the vise called corruption. The survey report conducted by the EACC records corruption to be among the top three concerns the nation Kenya is grappling with, with the other two being unemployment and high poverty rate.

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As per the report released yesterday, it shows that Kenyans are more alarmed by the level of corruption in Kenya mostly pointing hands to the National Police Service. The report also show that corruption has become more rampant in counties with the highest being Narok county with an over Ksh42,000. The EACC survey that was conducted among 5,847 household in all the 47 counties show about 56.2% of Kenyan are more concerned about unemployment, 48% on poverty level, while 43.7 % are concerned about the level of corruption in Kenya.

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Among the most common corruption services that Kenyan's have pointed out in the survey includes, 27.8% on accessing medical services, 14.8% raised their concern of accessing National I.Ds and 14% on getting birth certificates.

in the survey, among the prominent vices that stood out include bribery at 50%, favoritism at 22%, delays in accessing services at 21% and abuse of office at 13%. Among some of the ministries and departments that have been highlighted to be bedding rocks of corruption zones include Health at 18.8%, Chief and village elders at 14.3% , Register of persons at 12.9% and Department of Civil registry at 10.3%.

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