Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa’s lawyer moves to court #KenyaDecides2022

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Kimilili MP-elect Didmus Barasa’s lawyer has moved to court seeking anticipatory bail pending his arrest.

In the court papers, he argues that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has not fully investigated the matter.

He also claims that the victim was part of a hit squad and was killed by a stray bullet.

His lawyer says Barasa has been branded a murderer without due process being followed, thus prejudicing his right to fair trial.

The lawyer says the court therefore needs to grant him bail pending arrest.

Former Agriculture CS and TSP leader Mwangi Kiunjuri has been declared Laikipia East MP elect.

He won with 30,057 votes against incumbent Amin Ali Deddy (UDA) who had 28,021.

Erastus Kivasu

Erastus Kivasu is now the Mbooni Constituency MP elect after garnering 29,363 votes.

The Wiper Party MP has defeated his closest competitor of Muungano party Michael Kisio who got 23,448 votes.

UDA party Onsesmus Kimilu got 3,076, followed by Independent candidate Mary Mumbua Mutinga (3,007), Alex Munyao garnered of new Democratic party got 1,161 and Charles Nzyko of National Rainbow Coalition got 814 votes.

Mbooni Constituency Returning officer Jacob Machekele declared the results at Tawa Social Hall in Mbooni on Thursday evening.

Mbooni Constituency has 96,029 total registered voters.

Mbooni MP elect Erastus Kivasu (right) displaying IEBC Certificate

“Serious action will be taken against any person/s found to be harbouring the murder suspect,” said the DCI

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has given Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa six hours to surrender to the nearest police station.

According to the DCI, a specialized team of sleuths based from the elite Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau and the Homicide department has been dispatched to augment the teams on the ground for his manhunt.

Barasa is wanted over the alleged killing of his opponent’s aide Brian Olunga at a polling station in Bungoma County on Tuesday.

Incumbent MP Oscar Kipchumba Sudi (UDA) has retained his seat as the MP for Kapseret constituency.

Sudi garnered a total of 31,534 beating his rival Francis Murgor who garnered a total of 11,091 votes.

“Not because we were the best but we offered — in The Plan — viable remedies for the present challenges in Garissa Township Constituency. We won!” Duale

UDA’s Aden Duale has been re-elected as Garissa Township MP after garnering 9,905 votes against ODM’s Nasir Dolal who got 5,972 votes.

Ibrahim Siyat Osman of  Jubilee Party got  952 votes and Hassan Ali Ismail of KANU  2496 votes.

Duale said they played clean issue-based policy-driven politics.

“For our competitors, this was a friendly match. We played clean issue-based and policy-driven politics. We remain friends and residents of Garissa Township. From a clean heart, our team extends an invitation to our opponents to join us in sharing ideas that will make Garissa the apple of the Northern eye. Let our ‘Uninterrupted Twenty’ be remembered as a period of empowerment and development,” said Duale.




Two presiding officers in Mbooni constituency Kalawa ward in Kathulumbi polling station and Ngakaa polling station in Kako Waia ward have been arrested losing original form 34A and 39A final result respectively.

“I was the only female contestant in this particular race but I wasn’t deterred. I knew the time had come for Lamu East constituency to vote for change. I thank all for believing in women’s leadership,” said Ms Obo.

Voters in Lamu East constituency have for the first time in history elected a woman MP.

Jubilee Party’s Ruweida Mohamed Obo clinched the seat after mustering 5,498 votes in a hotly contested race that featured four candidates who including the incumbent MP Sharif Athman Ali of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

Sharif garnered 4,633 votes while Kombo Shekuwe Kahale alias Mwanati of the Kenya African National Union (Kanu) got 3,180 votes  and Mohamed Madhubuti of Wiper party garnered 1,632 votes.

Ronald Karauri

SportPesa CEO Ronald Karauri wins Kasarani MP with 32,315 against his opponent John Njoroge who got 30,575.

He, was issued with a provisional nomination certificate by Constituency Returning Officer Amos Nyongesa at Kasarani Stadium, said the tally for the position was concluded.

” It has been a journey and I thank God for the blessings and achievements during my tenure,” Kisang said.

Timothy Kipchumba Toroitich, an independent candidate clinched the Marakwet West parliamentary seat after garnering 24,563 votes.

Toroitich beat his closest rival, the incumbent MP William Kisang of UDA who polled 15,481 votes while in third place David Kiprono Sudi of The New Democrats Party got 227 votes.

Kisang conceded defeat to Kipchumba and congratulated the incoming Member of National Assembly

He also thanked the people of Marakwet West for giving him a chance to represent them in the National Assembly.

“I wish to give thanks to the people of Marakwet West for the opportunity they accorded me to represent them as their Member of National Assembly for the past 10 years. It has been a journey and I thank God for the blessings and achievements during my tenure,” Kisang said.

According to Marakwet West Sub County Returning officer, Joseph Lotugoi, total valid votes cast was 40,335 with rejected ballots being 206 and disputed votes being 12.

Kajiado South

IEBC in Kajiado South has concluded tallying of votes in Kajiado South Constituency.

In the presidential race, William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza was leading with 27, 333 votes followed by Raila Odinga of Azimio with 23, 614.

Agano Party’s Wahiga Mwaure polled 147 votes while George Wajackoyah trailed behind them with 114 votes.

The current incumbent Member of Parliament Kajiado South Katoo Ole Metito of UDA is giving the sitting governor Joseph Ole Lenku of ODM stiff completion in the gubernatorial seat by garnering 26, 401 votes followed by Lenku with 21, 506 votes

Former Kajiado Governor David Nkedianye of Jubilee came third with 3,143 votes while Ambrose Nganga Kago, an Independent candidate trailed behind them with 206 votes.

For the seat of Kajiado South Member of Parliament, Parashina Sakimba of ODM won the seat by garnering 18, 592 votes followed by Samuel Kutata, UDA with 13, 632 votes.

Jonathan Meijo of Chama Cha Kazi is trailing behind the two in the race with 11, 295 while Nina Daniel Livondo of PNU polled 4,076 as John Parit Singaru of Jubilee got 988 votes and Shadrack Wenger of The Service Party wound up with 822 votes.

For Woman Representative Leah Sankaire topped by getting 24, 826 votes while Lenku Kanar similarly topped in senatorial race in the constituency by getting 24, 364 votes.

Edwin Lemomo is now the Member of County Assembly for Kuku Ward by garnering 8,292 votes while Entonet Lenkisim ward has a new MCA, Paul Metui Muteria who led with 3,885 votes.

Others winners in the wards include Jackson Angaine for Rombo ward with 4,347 votes, James Kuya, MCA Kimana ward with 3,071 votes and Timothy Kanka, MCA Imbirikani Enselekei ward who garnered 4,394 votes.

The exercise ended with issuance of the certificates to Sakimba and the MCAs.

Francis Kuria Kimani

Molo legislator, Francis Kuria Kimani succesfully defended his seat on a UDA party ticket.

The second time MP managed to garner 34,005 votes against Jubilee’s Zakayo Gichuki who came in second with 9,888 votes.

Addressing his supporters after being declared the winner by the area Returning Officer, Vincent Kimilili, Kuria thanked the residents for entrusting him in running the sub-county affairs saying that he will deliver as per the promises made.

He pointed out that during his second term, he was going to push for more development agendas including improving infrastructure in schools and 100 percent electricity connectivity to homes within the sub-county.

The incumbent whose constituency has had a history of legislators serving for only one term said he was glad to have broken this jinx 30 years later and urged his rivals not to shy away from leadership but come on board and help improve the lives of the locals in other capacities.

Molo attracted seven contestants and Florence Wairimu Kabii (Independent candidate) garnered 2299, followed by Jacob Macharia an independent candidate who polled 1165, Nancy Njoki of DP party got 570 votes, Peter Kairegi, an independent candidate polled 298 and Judy Chepngetich trailed with 208 votes.

The MP lauded the locals for conducting themselves in a peaceful manner during the election period and urged them to maintain the same even after the announcement of the presidential election results.

On his part, the legislator observed that Molo has had a history of election violence and being a cosmopolitan town, they have demonstrated maturity thus a good change that will enhance economic development in the area.

Baringo North parliamentary seat

Joseph Makilap of UDA has won the Member of National Assembly seat for Baringo North constituency after garnering 21,112 votes.

Makilap beat his closest competitor Sammy Chelanga who got 15,498 votes on an Independent ticket, Stephen Kokoyo (Kanu) 2,055 and Elijah Chepson 31 votes.

According to the Constituency Returning Officer Harun Ndung’u 38,696 voters representing 77 percent of the 50,287 registered voters casted their votes.

Speaking after the victory at Moi Boys High school Kabartonjo, the MP- elect thanked residents for voting for him and promised to tackle insecurity challenge that has forced scores to flee their homes.

While pointing out that insecurity was a major problem in the constituency, he said he will work with stakeholders to ensure normalcy is restored in banditry-prone areas of the constituency.

Makilap was North Rift Economic Block (NOREB) coordinator for the last four years.


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