By Hannah Njoki
The Centre for African Progress (CAP)
was founded in 2013 as a leadership
and management consultancy firm.
Other activities CAP engages in
includes opinion survey, domestic and
foreign policy analysis and manpower
CAP is also a leading in social
A new Survey by the the Centre for
African Progress released early today
afternoon says majority of Kenyans
Representing 55% feel the government
is not inclusive at all with 20 who
feel that it is a bit Inclusive and
with only 5% who feel that is wholly
The survey which sampled 5000 Kenyans
across all 47 counties also painted a
scenario where the survey conducted
between 10th and 13th March 2023 with
a sample size of 5000 respondents
Also showed that 54% of Kenyans feel
the country is headed in the right
direction with only 14% who feel the
country is headed in a wrong direction
with 32% unsure.
Speaking during the launch Head of
Research for the Organization Mr.
Onchari Oyieyo said; ” a further
60% of Kenyans need to move on and 40%
who feel the government should not
move on after the elections.
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