Kenyans have lost trust in their leaders as the same same leaders who are best chosen and elected for by citizens don't show development to their citizens at their positions. This have been proven by the reactions of citizens after Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru have been ranked as the second best performing governors in the country. Anne Waiguru have emerged the second performing governor after the Tharaka Nithi governor Muthomi Njuki was ranked as the position one best performing governors. This was from pols which were conducted by the Mizani Africa.
The third top performing governor was Nandi's governor, Stephen Sang'. The citizens have come up with reactions showing that the Kirinyaga governor could not be in any of the above three best performing governors. They said that there should be no trust with the pols since there are no parameters to explain how she was ranked as the second best performing governors.
In addition they said for Waiguru is a big NO since the Kirinyaga residents have not seen any developments from her. "who takes serious a pol that places Waiguru the second best performing governors?" These were some of the reactions.
The citizens have accepted that the Tharaka Nithi governor can be ranked the best performing governors but there emerged doubts with governor Waiguru and Sang'
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