Nandi County senator Samson Cherargei has dismissed Research firm Infotrak over their latest ratings on president William Ruto's performance since he took over the presidency from former president Uhuru Kenyatta.The outspoken senator from the United Democratic Alliance party said on his official social media accounts that the company was always biased and that they did not even think that Ruto could succeed Uhuru Kenyatta as the future head of state.
Cherargei argued that rather than the 52% the research company was reporting, Ruto's performance is currently at 90%. He claims that among his accomplishments, the inauguration of the Ruto's Hustlers Fund, the subsidy for fertilizer, and the creation of the Judiciary Fund put him in a very high position.
"H.E. Ruto ranks above 90% not 52% awarded by ever biased Infotrack who didn't even believe H.E. He asserted"H.E. Ruto has accomplished such things as hustler Money, subsidised fertilisers, judiciary fund, CBC, autonomy of the police fund, etc. Added he.Source: https://twitter.com/scherargei/status/1608008479452631040?t=ramYFyZYeUmcs5PqXS9nqw&s=19
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