Ruto scores ‘D’ for failing to deliver promises on first 100 days in office

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Kenyans have awarded President William Ruto’s administration a dismal ‘D’ due to his failure to deliver his economic pledges in his first 100 days in office, according to the latest survey conducted by Infotrak. 

In the survey released on Tuesday, December 27, the Kenya Kwanza administration has scored 49.6 percent with the respondents faulting the president for failing to lower the cost of food and improve the lives of low income earners.

Kenyans also gave Ruto 42 per cent for failing to lower the cost of living.

Overall, the president scored a general score of 52.1 per cent with the government scoring high in areas of governance pledges (56 percent), gender equality (53 percent) and infratrsucture projects (60 percent).

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