Once again, Infotrak Research ‘exposed’ non-performing leaders with this time the focus being on senators.
In the latest ranking by Infotrak released on Wednesday, Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior was named the best performing senator followed by his Elgeyo Marakwet counterpart Kipchumba Murkomen and Steve Lelegwe of Samburu.
This comes just weeks after Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya was named as the best performing county chief in a survey where residents rated their leaders followed by Kwale’s Salim Mvurya and Makueni’s Kivutha Kibwana.
In the National Assembly, Emuhaya MP Omboko Milemba was ranked as the best performing legislator by the same research firm followed by Emurua Dikiri’s Johana Ngeno and Mwala’s Vincent Musyoka.
However, poorly ranked politicians have dismissed the leaders’ performance index by Infotrak alleging malice and false representation of facts with others claiming that such reports are doctored to serve certain interests.
Today we ask you; do you believe these rankings are a true representation of things on the ground or are they a ‘witch hunt’ as lowly ranked leaders allege?
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:
Kiambaa Church Fire Survivor Linked to Gicheru’s ICC Case
A survivor of the January 2008 Kiambaa church fire tragedy is one of eight witnesses lawyer Paul Gicheru is accused of influencing to pull out of the ICC case.
At least 30 people were burnt alive in the Eldoret-based church at the height of the mayhem that followed the disputed 2007 General Election.
Everyone has a Killer Disease in my Family, 9 are Dead, I am a Suicide Survivor
The family is one of the most important institutions in human life. It is the core of what one finds a sense of belonging, and one must learn how to get pride in the family in which he or she belongs.
Imagine living in a family where you know that you either possess or one day you will be attacked by a killer disease in your life? How would you find refuge in a family you feel has been cursed? We meet a family where everyone has a killer disease and many deaths.
Covid Millionaires: Phonecalls That Won Ksh3.9B Tender
A few individuals received Ksh3.9 billion worth of taxpayers money after being awarded tenders through a series of phone calls at the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa).
Appearing before a special parliamentary committee on Wednesday, November 11, Kemsa managers gave detailed testimonies of how the gang dubbed ‘Covid Millionaires’ came into existence.
On Wednesday, Health CS Mutahi Kagwe expressed his doubts concerning the Pfizer-developed Covid-19 vaccine that has been found to be 90% effective in preventing the disease. Do you think the highly publicized vaccine will finally be the real deal in stopping the deadly virus?