Emurua Dikir MP Johana Ng'eno has beat 288 other lawmakers to rank as the second best performing MP nationally.
In a report released by Infotrak Research Poll on Sunday, September 27, Ng'eno, a second term MP under the Kenya African National Union (KANU) ticket, garnered 71.4% points to rank as the second best performing lawmaker.
He ranked behind his Emuhaya counterpart Jeremiah Omboko Milemba, under the Amani National Congress (ANC) party, who got 75.4% points.
In the top five rank were Vincent Musyoka of Mwala Constituency (70.8%), Christopher Aseka of Khwisero (70.0%) and Patrick Mweu of Kibwezi West (69.8%).Kibra MP Imran Okoth
In Nairobi, Kibra MP Imran Okoth trounced all the other 16 lawmakers to emerge the top performing legislator in the capital having held the position for less than a year.
Okoth was followed by Westlands counterpart Tim Wanyonyi. Others included Embakasi West MP George Theuri, his Embakasi South counterpart Julius Mawathe who ranked fourth as Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati closed the list of top five performers.
In the Woman Representative category, Kisumu's Rosa Buyu topped the chart with 61.5% followed by her Homa Bay counterpart Gladys Wanga with 61%
Lamu Woman Rep Obo Mohammed was the third with 60% while Samburu Women Rep Maison Leshomo and Makueni Counterpart Rose Museo closed the top five with 59.1% and 57.6% points respectively.
Vocal Kiambu Women Rep Gathoni Wamuchomba ranked as the least performing with 39% followed by Trans Nzoia's Janet Nangabo and Nyamira County's Jerusha Momanyi.
Isiolo South MP Abdi Koropu ranked as the worst performing MP countrywide with 33.0% followed by Kangema counterpart Clement Moturi, Molo's Francis Kuria and Bura's Ali Wario.
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MP Ng'eno has been in the limelight recently after making scathing remarks on Sunday, September 13, directed at President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The MP claimed that Uhuru was turning the country into a police state, and reminded the president that his tenure was coming to end in 2022.
His outburst sparked outrage with Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi coming out to condemn Ng'eno's arrest over his remarks.Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi during the court proceedings on September 14, 2020.
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