A survey on Kenyans take on ongoing anti-government protests.


7/25/20232 min read

Protests in Kenya have erupted in response to various socio-political issues, demanding change and justice. Citizens are taking to the streets to express their dissatisfaction with the government's handling of corruption, unemployment, and inadequate public services. Demonstrators are raising their voices against the deep-rooted inequality and marginalization experienced by marginalized communities. The protests have been largely peaceful, with citizens exercising their right to assemble and express their grievances. However, sporadic incidents of violence and clashes between protesters and security forces have occurred, resulting in injuries and arrests. The ongoing protests reflect the frustration and determination of the Kenyan people to hold their leaders accountable and push for a more inclusive and equitable society.

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