A recent research done by infotrak shows the performance of members of parliament who represent their respective constituencies. The research was done between November 2019 and January 2020. The study used a sample of 37600 Kenyans in each of the 290 constituencies and also 1450 wards.
Ms Ambitho, the chief Executive of Infotrak, attributed the high scores for the MPs to a number of factors including legislative prowess, proper handling of public finances and development projects among others.
The worst rated member of Parliament is Isiolo South MP Abdi Tepo together with his Kangema counterpart Muturi Kigano, who chairs the influential, powerful Justice and Legal Affairs Committee.The other worst performing Mps are Molo's Kuria Kimani, Bura's Ali Wario, Sheikh Mohammed of Wajir South, Lari's Jonah Mwangi, Paul Musyimi of Mwingi North, and Subuki'a Samuel Kinuthia all polling below 40 per cent.
In the bottom 15, we also have Ndhiwa's Martin Owino, Othaya's Gichuki Mugambi, Joshua Kutuny (Cherang'any), Jomvu's Bady Twalib, Mercy Gakuya (Kasarani), Ndia's George Macharia, Kipsengeret Koros (Soin/Sigowet), with Kitutu Masaba's Shadrack Mose closing the list with a 42.9 per cent approval.
Emuhaya MP Omboko Milemba is the most performing Member of parliament according to the survey. He is followed closely by controversial Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng'eno. It's always a right for every Kenyan to know the performance of their leaders.
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