Raila Odinga’s Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition outfit won 12 parliamentary seats against DP Ruto's UDA party 4 in Nairobi County.
DP Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party performed poorly in Nairobi, getting four parliamentary seats out of the 17 available ones, even as Raila's outift dominate the city’s political scene.
UDA won parliamentary seats only in Roysambu, Dagoretti South, Embakasi Central and Embakasi North despite filing their aspirants across the capital.
Mr Kiarie got 26,394 votes to defeat his long-time political challenger Mr Waweru, who came second with a total of 22,773 votes.
In third position was Mr Muchene, an independent candidate, who garnered 13,786 votes.
In Roysambu, Augustine Kamande popularly known as Mwafrika defended his seat for the third time on a UDA party ticket and defeating two-term area MP Isaac Waihenya Ndirangu.
Mr Kamande got 45,221 votes to defeat the incumbent who got 40,140 votes. The constituency has 153,772 registered voters.
UDA’s Benjamin Gathiru aka Mejja Donk won his Embakasi Central seat trouncing Jubilee’s Samuel Mwangi with 48,277 votes against his opponent’s 29,375 votes.
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