The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) on Tuesday declared Murang'a County to be the most corrupt of the 47 counties in the country.
According to the 2016 Corruption Survey, 90.7 percent of residents of Murang'a answered in the affirmative that they had given and been asked for a bribe.
84 percent of the respondents from Trans Nzoia conveyed that they had also given and been asked for a bribe making the county second most corrupt in Kenya.
The overall prevalence of corruption in the country went up by eight points from 38 percent in 2015 to 46 percent in 2016 according to the current report.
54 percent of the respondents who participated in the survey revealed that they did not pay the bribe amount solicited.
The survey also revealed an interesting trend in which demand for bribes increases significantly in an election year and drops drastically in the following year.
The least corrupt country emerged to be Governor Yassin Fahim Twaha's Lamu County with an index of 5.80 percent.
Other counties with low occurrences of corruption in percentages were Taita Taveta (8.30), Tana River (12.1), Kericho (12.4), Wajir (14.7), Kwale (16.2), Elgeyo Marakwet (17.4), Kisii (19.2), Migori (19.9) and Kilifi (20.5).