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Ruto Receives High Ratings In Eastern And Central Region In His First 100 Days Of Office

The Infrotak report has shown how Kenyans rated President Ruto's first hundred days in office. In the report, Ruto attained 52.1% which is beyond an average rating and a good start in the government.

In the report, Ruto has been rated by the age gap of between 18-24 rated at 57.8 while the age gap of between 36-45 is rated at 50.8 percent perfect. This illustrates has more trust in the youth generation.

However, Ruto was ranked with poor performance in economic pledges which is related to the reduction of the cost of living and making food affordable and accessible to Kenyans.

Generally, Kenyans felt Ruto performed well in infrastructure pledges which involves returning port operations in Mombasa and reviving businesses along the coastal areas.

According to the survey, Ruto was rated highly in the Eastern and Central regions which include the mount Kenyan region but received low ratings in Nyanza and Nairobi regions.

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