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They demanded 3 Million to rank me better: Governor reveals shocking details of latest Infotrack ranking[Video]

Pengpeng Zhu

Oct. 29, 2020

Barely a day after Infotrack released the latest ranking of governors, Meru county boss Kiraitu Murungi has revealed how he was approached to give 3 million shillings to be ranked favourably.
In a hard-hitting statement, the governor maintained that he is ready to provide evidence to back his claims and attributed his poor ranking to failure to pay the millions.
“Let them look at Infotrack I am ready to go there and give evidence that they were asking for 3 million so that they can give us a better number.” Slammed the governor.
“I will never give a single cent to them, let us be number 47 out of 47,” added Murungi as captured in the video below.
The governor was ranked at position 38 in the most recent ranking by the research firm.
The survey ranked Kakamega’s Wycliffe Oparanya at position one with (82.3%) was followed by Kwale’s Salim Mvurya at 77.1%, and  Makueni’s Kibwana at 74.4 %.
Kisumu’s Anyang’ Nyong’o came in at number 4 followed by Alfred Mutua (Machakos), John Longangapuo (West Pokot), Jackson Mandago (Uasin Gishu), Muthomi Njuk (Tharaka Nithi), Josphat Nanok (Turkana), and Hillary Barchok of Bomet closed the top ten list.
The survey ranked governors based on key performance indicators regarding evolved functions such as health, education and agriculture.
The research firm considered the governors’ performance in the period 2019/20 with a majority of Kenyans stating that devolution is working.
15% of the respondents held that devolution is not working.
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