Unemployment remains a challenge to most African governments. Kenya’s no less, but debating solutions should rest on accurate information.
William Ruto is keen to highlight the ruling party’s record as polls near. Do his claims add up? We checked
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, while describing his government as a responsible borrower, said that any debt the country incurred had not been used to pay bills but to develop Kenya. Does the data bear him out?
Nairobi governor Evans Kidero claimed that when he was elected in 2013, he inherited a city that “never had” a development strategy before. But Africa Check counted several growth blueprints, though none were fully implemented.
As part of his 2017/18 budget speech, Kenya’s cabinet secretary for the national treasury presented increases in electricity connections, power grid capacity, foreign direct investment and roads. We checked whether these claims add up.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga told Kenyans that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s State of the Nation speech did not depict the reality on the ground. Do his claims?
Kenya’s president delivered his fourth state of the nation address in Nairobi. We fact-checked his claims.
A commentator on Kenyan national television said that only one of the demands by the country’s long-striking doctors was about pay. We dissected the agreement at the centre of the strike.
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta claimed that 1 police officer serves every 390 of his citizens, while the UN recommends 1 for every 450. We took on the case of checking whether this is correct.
A map supposedly showing what each country in the world ranks tops for has made headlines. We inspected the claims about South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.