Kenyans blast Ipsos after poll ranked Ruto, Waiguru as most corrupt leaders

"Ipsos is being used to advance a political agenda"

The poll, released on Wednesday by Ipsos, showed that DP Ruto tops the list with 33 per cent of the votes by Kenyans.

Ms Waiguru, the former Devolution CS, followed closely at 31 per cent.

The survey was conducted between July 25 to August 2 with a sample size of 2016.

Ipsos said the participants were aged 18 years and above and were drawn from both urban and rural areas.

The poll has drawn mixed reactions among Kenyans online with some arguing that the research firm is being used to advance a political agenda:

Other Kenyans, however, lauded the research firm arguing that the hashtag Shame on You Ipsos was baseless:

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