On his social media pages, Kawanjiku pledged to the Kiambaa people.
"UDA 001....I will pay it honorably over the next five years, Asanteni Sana Watu Wangu Wa Kiambaa Mmecheza Kama Nyinyi, Hi Deni Mumenikopesha". Kawanjiku posted.
This unusual incidence occurs at the same time as ongoing rumors that two powerful Mount Kenya region politicians had lost their seats.
While the votes are being counted, Kenyans have been urged to preach peace and engage in politics, even if the results have not yet been made public.
The first UDA politician to be selected for a parliamentary position was Kawanjiku.
The young man rose to fame after he defeated Kariri Njama of Jubilee in a by-election that broadened many people's perspectives.
According to unconfirmed sources, Ruto may be winning the bulk of the seats in central Kenya.
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