• The legislator rejected Infotrak poll that said Kenyans rate Ruto's performance at 55%
• She said the President had failed Kenyans and instead of focusing on delivering, he was busy poaching the opposition legislators
As President William Ruto marks one year in office, more leaders have come out to fault his administration over unmet promises.
Kisumu West MP Rosa Buyu said the current administration has ignored the plight of low-income earners in the country.
"He failed to fulfill some of his promises during the electioneering period to the people one year down the line, but instead, he's focusing on how to weaken the opposition," she said.
Buyu was speaking in his constituency on Wednesday during the opening of a National Government-Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) funded West Kisumu chief’s office.
She said it was unfortunate that in his first year in office, all he was seen doing was campaigning across the country even as the administration increased taxes on Kenyans.
Buyu said the administration failed to live up to its expectations, while reminding the President that he has a debt to the people of Kenya.
“We have seen increased taxes, pushing the cost of commodities to skyrocket," she said.
“Life has become so difficult for Kenyans, and there is no way President Ruto can score more than 50 per cent
This comes as Infrotrak released an opinion poll early last week that ranked President Ruto at 55 per cent in his first year in office.
Buyu said in her own assessment, the President has scored below the 50 per cent mark because he has "totally failed Kenyans".
She told the President to focus on the remaining four years by changing his strategy to deliver the promises he made to Kenyans.