Wednesday September 13 marked one year since President Ruto was officially sworn in at the Kasarani Stadium to take over as the Fifth President of Kenya.
Following the one year anniversary, the research company Infotrak conducted a survey last month to assess how the government has been successful in various sectors but also to what extent the Kenyan government has succeeded in fulfilling and abandoning what they promised to the people during the campaign in their manifesto.
Infotrak highlighted the performance of Ruto’s cabinet where many Kenyans felt that President Ruto himself has tried his best to work and thus was given a grade of C for 55% of the effectiveness of his manifesto.
In the survey, the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua was named by many as a public servant in the Ruto government who has not done much and was given a D grade.
In terms of ministers, the minister of internal security Professor Kithure Kindiki held the first position as the minister who worked with great effort while his colleague Davis Chirchir was voted as the minister who failed greatly in his duties.
Kindiki got a percentage of 56% for his performance followed by the minister of education Ezekiel Machogu with a percentage of 55%, his ministry of agriculture Mithika Linturi being the third with 54% and the ministry of roads led by lawyer Kipchumba Murkomen scoring 50% and above for getting 54%.
Moses Kuria’s Ministry of Trade and Industry got 47 percent, Florence Bore’s Labor with 46 percent, Finance with 44 percent and Chirchir’s Power with 43 percent.
However, the research conducted in 8 regional areas in Kenya revealed that 53% of Kenyans feel that the nation is headed for the worst.