- November 3, 2020
- Posted by: TIFA Research
- Category: Polls
This 4th Release of TIFA’s Round Three survey of Nairobi’s low-income earners’ shares their perspectives on Covid-19 prevention measures mask-wearing and curfew enforcement.
The key highlights are findings;
- 41% indicate police force have used force to enforce curfew in their locality (a decline from 63% in June)
- 16% reported that they had been in at least one situation since the arrival of Covid-19 in which a bribe was demanded for any restriction violation
- For those whom bribe was demanded by police, it was for failure to wear a mask in public (64%) and violating the curfew (29%)
- Average size bribe paid for not wearing a mask KShs. 630/- and for curfew violations it was KShs. 828/-.
Download the full report HERE