A survey by research firm Infotrak ranked Emuhaya MP Omboko Milemba as the most performing Members of Parliament.
According to a survey Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng'eno, who was recently charged with incitement and hate speech, his Mwala counterpart Vincent Musyoka, Khwisero's Christopher Adela and Patrick Musimba of Kibwezi East were the MPs rated best by their constituents.
Peter Lochakapong (Sigor), David Pkosing (Pokot South), Robert Mbui of Kathiani, Benjamin Washiali of Mumias East, and Erastus Nzioka (Mbooni) also topped the list.
Infotrak noted that the overall approval of MPs dropped from an average of about 60 in 2015 to 52.5 in 2020.
Bottom 15 MPs
"This is a significant drop in the approval ratings of our MPs compared to the previous Parliament, and Kenyans seem to be telling their MPs to pull up their socks...," Infotrak Chief Executive Angela Ambitho stated.
Ndhiwa's Martin Owino, Othaya's Gichuki Mugambi, Joshua Kutuny (Cherang'any), Jomvu's Bady Twalib, Mercy Gakuya (Kasarani), Ndia's George Macharia, Kipsengeret Koros (Soin/Sigowet), and Kitutu Masaba's Shadrack Mose had the lowest approval rating standing at 42.9 per cent.
Women Rep Rankings
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.