BY NAMULONGO PETER ,NAIROBI,6TH MARCH 2017-A new survey contacted by infotrack has revealed that 64% of Kenyans prefer to vote for a political party that is committed to providing clean energy.
infotrak CEO Angela Ambitho/upesinews
Releasing the report in Nairobi today infotrak CEO Angela Ambitho has said that 80% of nyanza population, 73% of north Eastern, 69% of rift valley and 68% of eastern populations have indicated keen interest on parties that would include clean energy in their party manifesto. More than half of populations in western and central regions having interest on the same.
This comes at a time when rural electrification promised by the government to be fully a thieved by 2020 hits the 40% mark so far according to the findings by infotrak. The study further shows that 73% of Kenyans are not satisfied with the government’s action to respond to climate change which has greatly contributed to the historic drought hitting the country.
Political parties may have to change their manifestos to include issues related to climate change. This has been revealed by an opinion poll survey report by Infotrak.
According to the survey,