Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina and his counterpart Johnson
Sakaja (Nairobi) have been ranked among the best performing governors by
The body, which tracks the activities of Kenyan legislators,
ranked Ole Kina as the top-performing senator, followed by Moses Wetangula
(Bungoma), Aaron Cheruiyot (Kericho) and Ochilo Ayako (Migori).
Sakaja was ranked as the top performing youth in the senate
followed by Samson Cherargei (Nandi), Aaron Cheruiyot (Kericho) and Moses
109 was considered as the average speech count in the senate
and the report indicated that 60% of the senators scored way below that.
The ‘most silent’ senators were Mercy Chebeni (Nominated),
Christine Zawadi (Nominated), Philip Mpaayei (Kajiado), Amos Wako (Busia) and
Halima Abdille (Nominated).
On account of the number of speeches, ODM is the
best-performing party, followed by Jubilee and ANC.
ODM Senators are above the average performance of Senate.
Elsewhere, Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo was ranked among
the top performers in the National Assembly, followed by Nominated MP David
Sankok, Wilberforce Oundo (Funyula) and Robert Pukose (Endebess).
The most silent MPs were Geofret Kingagi (Mbeere South),
George Aladwa (Makadara), James Gakuya (Embakasi North) and Oscar Sudi
(Kapseret) among others.
The average speech counts in the National Assembly was 20
and 63% of the total number of members of the National Assembly scored below
Sankok, representing PWDs was the most vocal, followed by
Godfrey Osotsi representing workers and Jacqueline Oduol representing
marginalised women. Sammy Seroney representing workers was least active among
special interest MNAs, followed by Nasri Sahal Ibrahim representing minority
and finally Gideon Keter who was nominated to represented the youth.
The top-performing youth in the National Assembly is Didmus
Baraza (Kimilili) followed by Sabina Chege, Ndindi Nyoro (Kiharu) and John
Mwirigi (Igembe South).