Emuhaya Member of Parliament Jeremiah Omboko Milemba has floored all lawmakers to rank as the best performing legislature nationally.
According to report released by Infotrack Research Poll on Sunday, September 27, Omboko Milemba who also doubles as a National Chairman of Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET), was ranked the best performing lawmaker.
Milemba who was elected under the Amani National Congress (ANC) party, who garnered 75.4% points.
At the second position was Emurua Dikir lawmaker Johanna Ng’eno under the Kenya African National Union (KANU) ticket. Ng’eno garnered 71.4% points.
In the just released Infrotrack report, the top five legislatures were Vincent Musyoka of Mwala Constituency (70.8%), Christopher Aseka of Khwisero (70.0%) and Patrick Mweu of Kibwezi West (69.8%).
At the bottom five we have, Mohamud Sheikh Mohammed of Wajir South (38.1%), Ali Wario of Bura Constituency (37.6%), Francis Kuria Kimani of Molo (37.0%), Clement Muturi Kigano of Kangema (36.3%) and Abdi Koropu Tepo of Isiolo South (33.0%).
The report also ranked best and worst performing women representatives.
Woman reps Kisumu Woman Rep Rosa Buyu emerged the best performing woman representative with a scorecard of 61.5% followed closely by her Homa Bay counterpart Gladys Wanga at 61% while Lamu’s Obo Mohamed took position three with 60%.
Samburu’s Maison Leshomo was fourth with 59.7% while Rose Museo of Makueni clinched fifth position with a score of 57.6%.
Among the worst performing women reps include Kiambu Woman Rep Gathoni Wamuchomba, Trans Nzioa’s Janet Nangabo and Jerusha Momanyi of Nyamira.
Other poor performers include Nakuru’s Liza Chelule and Tana River’s Rehema Hassan.