Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has made a comeback in the just concluded election after being in the political cold for five years.
Khalwale garnered 247,860 votes against his closest competitor Brian Lishenga who got 195,052 votes.
The ball game was however different in Uasin Gishu where the former governor whose terms of service had expired won by against garnering 75,847 while his main rival lawyer Kipchumba Karoli got 55, 854.
Julius Murgor of UDA) won the senatorial seat in West Pokot County by garnering 72,240 while in Trans Nzoia Allan Chesang of UDA emerged victorious -123,793 votes.
Ford Kenya Moses Wetang’ula has retained his Bungoma Senate seat. He garnered 286,143 votes.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has announced the results for some candidates who have won the Senate seat.
Among them are activist Okiyah Omtatah who won the Busia Senator seat after garnering 171,681 votes on NRA ticket beating Hillary Itela of ODM who came in second with 59,276 votes.
In Homabay County, Senator Moses Kajwang retains his seat on ODM ticket after garnering 353,882 votes, KANU’s Thomas Ojanga second with 18,690 votes.
Prof. Tom Ojienda won the Kisumu Senate seat after garnering 413,121 votes.
Julius Murgor of UDA won the West Pokot County seat with 72,240 votes and in Trans Nzoia, Allan Chesang of UDA garnered 123,793 votes.