POVERTY IN KENYA: A Sorry State of Affairs

“ I commit to be the President who will end poverty in Kenya. I will not defer it to the 6th President or any other future President. Ending poverty is my calling. I solemnly pledge to ensure that my generation shall not bequeath poverty to the next generation but under my great efforts and faith in God we shall bequeath them great wealth and prosperity”

 

MIMI NDIYE RAIS ATAKAYE ANGAMIZA UMASKINI NA CORRUPTION KENYA. VIONGOZI WOTE WALIOTUTANGULIA HATA MAGAVANA WALISHIDWA. MIMI SITAACHIA MARAIS WA BAADAYE KAZI YA KUMALIZA UMASKINI NA CORRUPTION. NITAZIANGAMIZA

Dr. Joseph shall end RAW (extreme) poverty in Kenya within 5 years. Indeed by 2027 we shall celebrate the eradication of extreme poverty in Kenya. My Government and

Kenya Party shall be the one which shall be entered into history books as having eliminated poverty in Kenya. That shall be our legacy. No Kenyan is supposed to be poor. Unfortunately about 83% of the Kenyan population is generally poor. About 50% (close to 20m) of Kenyans live in extreme poverty- i.e.- below the poverty line. As in all other African countries, Kenya's poverty is "artificial" in that its not born out of natural causes such as lack of resources. Kenya has abundant resources both natural, financial and vibrant human resources. However bad governance has created mass poverty in Kenya. Chronic corruption, a strange breed of greedy leadership, extravagance, wastage of public resources and lack of a sincere and honest leadership that is genuinely committed to development has been the whole mark of Kenya's public sector. Despite Kenya being a Third World country, its President earns more than what the US President earns. Kenya's elected leaders earn as much as Ksh. 1-2million ($10,000-20,000) per month yet majority of Kenyans earn less than $1 a day. Over the past years the Auditor General has indicated that almost 40% of Kenya's revenues cannot be accounted for properly. Indications of unaccounted for taxes stands at over Ksh. 330billion per year.

In addition, some reports indicate that our private companies are forced to pay bribes before getting the needed services or the goods. They spend a total of Ksh. 69 billion annually to fight bribery attempts or navigate the torturous system in their interaction with public sector. This explains why Kenya's private sector grows so slowly and unemployment and poverty continue to rise in Kenya. The above cash would have employed 600,000 Kenyans at a pay of about Ksh.10,000 per month. Overall, corruption costs Kenyans over 2million jobs per year.

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