Senator Cherargei disputes Infotrak’s Ruto ranking

Barely a day after President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza was ranked at 52% based on its performance, Kenyans have remained divided on the score.

On Tuesday, a survey conducted by Infotrak indicated that Kenya Kwanza’s performance is at 52.1%, 100 days into office.

However, Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei has disputed the survey findings, saying President Ruto’s performance should rank higher.

“H.E Ruto ranks above 90% not 52% awarded by ever biased Infotrack who didn’t even believe H.E Ruto would become President of kenya,” he said.

Further, the Ruto man said, “H.E Ruto has fulfilled such as hustler Fund, subsidised fertilisers, judiciary fund, CBC, autonomy of the police fund etc.”

According to the survey conducted between December 20 and December 21, 2022, 840 Kenyans were interviewed.

On economic pledges, Ruto scored below average, ranking at 46%.

However, his pledge on Hustler Fund ranked higher at 56%.

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