Machogu, Kindiki Ranked Best Performing CSs
Interior CS Kithure Kindiki and his Education counterpart Ezekiel Machogu remain the best performing Cabinet secretaries, survey firm Tifa has said.
In results released on Wednesday, Kindiki had an overall score of 26 per cent.
Some of the reasons attributed to his performance are; Improved security, reduced crime (banditry and theft) and improved service delivery.
Machogu came in second with 10 per cent.
Reasons for his ranking were; actualizing the implementation of CBC, actualization of 100% transition and generally improving the education sector, among others.
They were followed by Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi at 4%, Mithika Linturi (Agriculture) and Ababu Namwamba (Youths affairs, Sports and the Arts) tied at 3% to close the top five gap.
The survey was conducted between March 11 and March 19, 2023.
“It was a national household survey. People were interviewed in their homes, not on the streets and there were no phone call interviews either,” Research analyst, Tom Wolf said.
The survey involved 2,065 respondents and the margin of error was +-2.1.
The language used was English and Kiswahili.
The poll comes a few days after survey firm Infotrak also placed the two as the best-performing people in the cabinet.