Top 10 worst performing governors in Kenya 2022


Poor implementation of devolution in Kenya hinders effective planning, efficient service delivery, and accountability. The performance of governors is based on county infrastructure development, governance, safe water provision, manufacturing, public participation, health, housing, food security, investment opportunities, social services, emergency services, urban development, poverty eradication, youth empowerment, women empowerment, economic growth enterprises, delivery of essential services, ability to self-generate revenue to decrease reliance on the national government, and governor’s administration capabilities.
Here are the top 10 worst performing governors in Kenya.

Rank Governor
County Score
1. Anne Kananu
Nairobi 19.4%
2. Fahim Twaha
Lamu 26.4%
3. Dhadho Godhana
Tana River 29.6%
4. Cyprian Awiti
Homa Bay 29.7%
5. Stanley Kiptis
Baringo 32.1%
6. Mohamed Abdi Mohamud
Wajir 33.2%
7. Mohamud Ali
Marsabit 33.4%
8. Moses Kasaine
Samburu 34.2%
9. Alex Tolgos
Elgeyo Marakwet 34.5%
10. Granton Samboja
Taita Taveta 35.3%