“You know very well that the  survey by Infotrak is inaccurate, we can as well commission an independent research on our people’s perception of our performance and results will be definitely like day and night,” he said.

Bumula Mp Mwambu Mabonga has dismissed a report by Infotrak polisters rankings Mps performance as misleading and baseless.

Speaking to Horizonnews.co.ke, Mabongah said that his development performance speakings for itself and there is no need of commissioning such bodies to carry out research to determine if they are there or not.

“You know very well that the  survey by Infotrak is inaccurate, we can as well commission an independent research on our people’s perception of our performance and results will be definitely like day and night,” he said.

The law maker added, “Unless it was social media and mainstream media Public Relations, Even if its on community relation and general PR, where on earth can i be at the bottom? He posed

He stated that Infotrak should indicated the Mps performance and what they have done and what others are said to have done.

He pointed out that Infotrak should have shared the methodology employed to let people know what parameters were used and who were interviewed.

“I have done a lot including the Ondoa Nyasi and construction of modern classrooms among other projects that are very much noticeable,” said Mabonga.

In Bungoma County Kimilili Mp Didmus Barasa was ranked the best performing legislator in terms of development.

While Mabongah was rated the worst performing and ranked at position nine and the last one by the pollster at 47.9 percent.

The research conducted by Infotrak polister showed Barasa having topped the list as the best performing Mp owing to his development agenda in Kimilili constituency.

According to a survey released on Sunday September 27, Barasa was ranked at 66.5 percent followed closely with Mt Elgon Mp Fred Chesebe Kapondi at 56.4 percent.

The third position was taken by the embattled Ford Kenya Secretary General Eseli Simiyu of Tongaren constituency at 56.3 percent just a point below Mr.Kapondi.

Sirisia Mp John Waluke clinched number four slot at 55.2 percent.

The fifth slot was taken by Kabuchai Mp James Lusweti with 53.2 percent for having utilized well the government funds send to his constituency.

Lusweti was closely followed by Alfred Sambu Mp Webuye East who was ranked sixth at 53.1 percent while his Webuye West counterpart Daniel Wanyama was ranked seventh at 49.2 percent.

Kanduyi Mp Wafula Wamunyinyi was ranked the second last at position eight at 48.2 percent and only defeated Mabongah of Bumula constituency.

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