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Ranking of Governors. Best and Worst Governors in Kenya 2019

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Ranking of Governors

A London-based company has uncovered a new survey report ranking of governors according to their performance. In the report composed between June and August this year by the firm distinguished as All Africa Advisors, Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua has been rated as the best performing county boss.

“Amongst respondents from across the country, Governor Alfred Mutua Ng’ang’ a of Machakos County was ranked highest,” reads part of the statement. Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, who is likewise the Chair of the Council of Governors, is listed second best. At third place is Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko followed by Kivutha Kibwana of Makueni and Ali Hassan Joho of Mombasa sequentially.

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Out of the 47 governors, Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu is listed the last followed closely by Cyprian Awiti of Homa Bay. Also at the rear end of the table is Amason Kingi of Kilifi, Lamu’s Fahim Twaha and Sospeter Ojaamong of Busia. According to the London-based firm, the study was administered through “a self-assessment questionnaire modeled on European Union and NEPAD assessment tools, field verification and investigation study and a public opinion vote on county performance.”

“We have managed a study comprising reviewing the influence of devolution in Kenya with the backing of all the associated stakeholders, with a view of gathering data from records but also verifying the presence of the projects and their influence on common citizens, as evaluated by constituents and across the nation,” said the firm. The report moreover shows that the nation is split in half on whether devolution has been prosperous. “49% take the view that it has been a flop, as contrasted to 51% who accept that it has been prosperous,” says All Africa Advisors.

In carrying the assessment, All Africa Advisors estimated the county performance through pointers such as governance, infrastructure, safe water provision, health, housing, food security and investment & manufacturing. Other indicators incorporated social services, emergency services, urban development, poverty eradication, youth empowerment, women empowerment moreover investment opportunities in the counties.

Top 20 Best performing Governors in Kenya in 2019

Best Governors in Kenya

  1. Alfred Mutua – Machakos County
  2. Wycliffe Oparanya – Kakamega
  3. Mike Sonko – Nairobi county
  4. Kivutha Kibwana – Makueni county
  5. Hassan Joho – Mombasa
  6. Muthomi Njuki – Tharaka Nithi
  7. Okoth Obado – Migori
  8. James Ongwae – Kisii
  9. Joseph Ole Lenku – Kajiado
  10. Paul Chepkwony – Kericho
  11. Salim Mvurya Mgala – Kwale
  12. Charity Ngilu – Kitui
  13. Granton Samboja – Taita Taveta
  14. Jackson Mandago – Uasin Gishu
  15. Josphat Nanok – Turkana
  16. Edward Kahiga – Nyeri
  17. Lee Kinyanjui – Nakuru
  18. Mohammed Abdi Mahamud – Wajir
  19. Ali Roba – Mandera
  20. Anyang’ Nyong’o – Kisumu
List of the bottom 20 least to worst performing Governors in Kenya 2019

worst governors in kenya

  1. Francis Kimemia – Nyandarua
  2. Anne Mumbi – Kirinyaga
  3. John Lonyangapuo – West Pokot
  4. Mohamed Kuti – Isiolo
  5. Moses Kasainie Lenolkulal – Samburu
  6. Patrick Khaemba – Trans Nzoia
  7. Kiraitu Murungi – Meru
  8. Stephen Sang – Nandi
  9. Dhadho Godhana – Tana River
  10. Wilber Ottichillo – Vihiga
  11. Ali Korane – Garissa
  12. Wycliffe Wangamati – Bungoma
  13. Cornel Rasanga – Siaya
  14. Martin Wambora – Embu
  15. John Nyagarama – Nyamira
  16. Amason Kingi – Kilifi
  17. Fahim Twaha – Lamu
  18. Sospeter Ojaamong – Busia
  19. Cyprian Awiti – Homa Bay
  20. Ferdinand Waititu – Kiambu
Ranking of all the 47 Governors from Best Performing to Worst Performing
  1. Alfred Mutua – Machakos County
  2. Wycliffe Oparanya – Kakamega
  3. Mike Sonko – Nairobi county
  4. Kivutha Kibwana – Makueni county
  5. Hassan Joho – Mombasa
  6. Muthomi Njuki – Tharaka Nithi
  7. Okoth Obado – Migori
  8. James Ongwae – Kisii
  9. Joseph Ole Lenku – Kajiado
  10. Paul Chepkwony – Kericho
  11. Salim Mvurya Mgala – Kwale
  12. Charity Ngilu – Kitui
  13. Granton Samboja – Taita Taveta
  14. Jackson Mandago – Uasin Gishu
  15. Josphat Nanok – Turkana
  16. Edward Kahiga – Nyeri
  17. Lee Kinyanjui – Nakuru
  18. Mohammed Abdi Mahamud – Wajir
  19. Ali Roba – Mandera
  20. Anyang’ Nyong’o – Kisumu
  21. Alex Tolgos – Elgeyo Marakwet
  22. Ndiritu Muriithi – Laikipia
  23. Stanley Kiptis – Baringo
  24. Samuel Ole Tunal – Narok
  25. Mohammud Ali – Marsabit
  26. Mwangi Wa Iria – Murang’a
  27. Late Joyce Labose – Bomet
  28. Francis Kimemia – Nyandarua
  29. Anne Mumbi – Kirinyaga
  30. John Lonyangapuo – West Pokot
  31. Mohamed Kuti – Isiolo
  32. Moses Kasainie Lenolkulal – Samburu
  33. Patrick Khaemba – Trans Nzoia
  34. Kiraitu Murungi – Meru
  35. Stephen Sang – Nandi
  36. Dhadho Godhana – Tana River
  37. Wilber Ottichillo – Vihiga
  38. Ali Korane – Garissa
  39. Wycliffe Wangamati – Bungoma
  40. Cornel Rasanga – Siaya
  41. Martin Wambora – Embu
  42. John Nyagarama – Nyamira
  43. Amason Kingi – Kilifi
  44. Fahim Twaha – Lamu
  45. Sospeter Ojaamong – Busia
  46. Cyprian Awiti – Homa Bay
  47. Ferdinand Waititu – Kiambu

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