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TIFA Poll: Kindiki the best performing Cabinet Secretary

Interior Cabinet Secretary Prof Kithure Kindiki is the best performing Cabinet Secretary, according to a survey conducted by reputable polling firm TIFA (Trends and Insights for Africa).

According the results of the survey, Prof Kindiki had a significant approval rating of 26 per cent in March and a commendable increase to 34 per cent in June.

The TIFA poll, which gauged public perception and satisfaction with various government ministries, evaluated the performance of several Cabinet Secretaries across different sectors. The findings shed light on the performance and approval ratings of prominent figures in the Kenyan government.

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Prof Kindiki has been making substantial gains in his role as the Interior Cabinet Secretary, winning the approval of a significant portion of the Kenyan population.

In second place was Ezekiel Machogu, who heads the Education Ministry. Machogu garnered an approval rating of 10 per cent in March, which slightly declined to 7 per cent in June. Despite the decrease, he remains a notable figure in the education sector.

Susan Nakhumicha Wafula, the Cabinet Secretary for Health, exhibited a considerable improvement in her ratings over the survey period. Starting with a modest approval rating of 1 per cent in March, Wafula’s performance garnered recognition as it climbed to 6 per cent in June, indicating the positive impact she has made in the health sector.

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Ababu Namwamba, who heads the Ministry of Youth Affairs, Sports and the Arts, maintained a steady approval rating of 3 per cent throughout the survey period. His consistency highlights his dedication to the welfare and development of Kenyan youth, as well as the arts and sports sectors.

Kipchumba Murkomen, who oversees the Ministry of Roads, Transport and Public Works, received an approval rating of 2 per cent in both March and June. While the rating may seem lower compared to other Cabinet Secretaries, it signifies a steady performance in maintaining and improving infrastructure within the country.

The TIFA survey serves as a valuable tool for assessing public sentiment towards government officials and their respective ministries. The findings provide crucial feedback and allow policymakers to address areas that require improvement, ensuring accountability and effective governance.

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