None of the above - it seems - if we are talking about a majority of Kenyan youth.
According to Consumer Insight’s Holla Report, 69% of Kenyan youth admit to not having insurance of any kind, while 12% have no idea what insurance is. Reasons for the reluctance to take up insurance policies is led by lack of interest at 32%. Of the 19% who are insured, the most popular policies taken out are for health, life and education. Looks like we can be assured of one thing: Kenyan youth are overwhelmingly uninsured.
|This article is condensed from Holla, Consumer Insight's biennial youth study that documents the changing trends of the youth of East Africa. Using a sample of 1,200 youths per country, the study uses a structured questionnaire to talk to male and female youth aged 7 to 24, living in urban and peri-urban areas and collects data on their lifestyle choices, media exposure and usage, and last but not least, product usage habits.|