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MPs, electorates protest infotrak results in Nyamira.

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Deputy president William Ruto shaking with Kitutu Masaba Member of Parliament John Mose [photo Brighton Makori ]


Nyamira 29 September 2020 .….. A section of Nyamira leaders and electorates have protested against the recent infotrak results which were released yesterday based on the performance of members of parliament and women representatives.
Jerusha Momanyi Nyamira women rep was ranked number 45 out of 47 with 39.6% while Kitutu Masaba Member of Parliament Shadrack John Mose being numbered 247 out of 290 with 42.9 % a survey which was conducted by a private firm  infotrak.

Jerusha Momanyi argued the results are baseless terming the firm being in business and therefore the results will not demoralize her from working for the people of Nyamira.


Speaking at Ekerubo primary when she issued water tanks and sanitary pads in line with preparations with school opening, the women rep said she is at the ground working for the people who employed her.
The infortak will not shake me with their results, but the electorates will, therefore, my mandate is to serve the people who elected me,” said Mrs Momanyi.

Kitutu Masaba residents also protested the results defending the area MP adding that they have seen development from compared to the previous regimes.


Peterson Andika a resident said Mose the constituency development funds is well utilized in the region contrary to the survey’s ranking him among the worst performing MPs.


Lucy Moraa a resident added that she has seen development, renovation of school, construction of roads compared to the previous regime and she will not be convinced by infotrak rating the Mp as the worse performer .


West Mugirango Member of Parliament Vincent Kemosi also protested the results where he was ranked 250 out of 290.


Kemosi said the survey was done last year in august and the timing of releasing the results is questionable.


“The parameters of the survey are also questionable, who was the target group and what were the research questions,” the MP questioned.
Kemosi said the survey will not stop him from working as an MP for the people of west Mugirango.


He said like any other business, people are out there to make profit and the survey done was one of them.