Deputy Governor and Acting Governor of Nairobi Anne Kananu is the worst performing governor, according to a recent survey conducted by Insight Strategists Solutions Africa in conjunction with City Hub Company Limited.
Kananu, who is still drunk as a skunk, was ranked last after scoring 19.4% in development ratings and 13.2% in approval ratings.
The survey was conducted September 7-9 in all 47 counties.
Lamu governor Fahim Yasin Twaha came in second with 26.4%.
The governor of the Tana River, Dhadho Godhana, was third with 29.6%.
Here is the full list of the ten worst performing governors in Kenya.
1. Granton Samboja (Taita Taveta) - 35.3%
2. Alex Tolgos (Elgeyo Marakwet) - 34.5%
3. Moïse Kasaine (Samburu) 34.2%
4. Mohamud Ali (Marsabit) - 33.4%
5. Mohamed Abdi Mohamud (Wajir) - 33.2%
6. Stanley Kiptis (Baringo) - 32.1%
7. Cyprien Awiti (Homa Bay) - 29.7%
8. Dhadho Godhana (Tana River) -29.6%
9. Fahim Twaha (Lamu) - 26.4%
10. Anne Kananu (Nairobi) - 19.4%
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