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Members of Parliament results for Bungoma County

Written by West Fm Team
2013-03-05 17:17:00
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Mr. Murunga Suleiman being given the certificate by the IEBC Cordinator Stanley Kipkore after he was declared the Kimilili Mp Elect. [Photo | Eric Lumbasi | West Fm]

Bungoma County:

Kimilili Constituency

Suleiman Murunga (Inset) of Ford Kenya was declared the winner with 14307 votes becoming its new Mp.

He beat his close rivals Toywa 6664 (NFK) Simiyu Didmas Wekesa 3991 (UDF) and Seme Sungutu, and George Nasil.

Gubernatorial seat: Kenneth Lusaka (NFK) 25765, Alfred Khangati 2419, Jack Tumwa 1530.

In the same area for the senatorial seat, Musikari Kombo(NFK) 16405, Moses Wetangula (FordK) 10985 and Mukhisa Mukhisa (UDF) 2407.

Women representatives: Reginalda Wanyonyi 18476, Wambilianga Catherine 6297, Salome Mwangale 2976, Carolyne Naliaka 835, Lorna Emily Nanjala 379.

Kimilili Maeni ward Florence wekesa was declared winner with 1444 votes.

Kimilili ward David Barasa winner with 2185 votes.

Kamkuywa ward Moses Opicho 3418 votes.  

Tongaren constituency

Former Kimilili legislator David Eseli Simiyu trounced nine other opponents to clinch the infant Tongaren constituency Member of Parliament position after it was curved out from Kimilili.

Eseli Simiyu addressing residents after winning the Tongaren seat 

Eseli managed to gunner 21539 votes, John Chikati- 9493, Julius Bakasa 4148, Charles Ngome 2798, Stephen Masinde 1430, Edwin Wafula 354, Ben Wafula 230, Patrick Lumumba 172, and Moses Sifuna 157.

In the wards Ndalu was clinched by Ben Namaswa 1707, Mbakalo ward by Bethwel Mwambu 2902, Naitiri ward by Joan Lutukayi 2908, Milima ward by Andrew Nalianya 1938, Tongaren by Emily Tindi 3042 and Soysambu ward Gerishom Namasake 1554.

Eseli vowed to continue working together with the constituents in achieving development in the region as well as uniting the people of the region.

Sirisia Constituency 

In Sirisia Constituency Major John Waluke of ODM was declared winner after garnering 16,571 votes and his close opponent  Levi Makali of UDF getting 5,287 votes.

 Kabuchai Constituency

Former immediate Chwele Councilor James Lusweti Muskie is the new Kabuchai constituency Member of Parliament elect after garnering 8,966 votes defeating Phillip Mukui running on New Ford Kenya ticket.

Mr. Lusweti was elected on Ford Kenya party in a hotly contested race that attracted 9 aspirants, 8 men and a lady.

Erick Kimingichi on Wiper party was in third position with 6,500 votes; Erick Makokha Kucho ODM received 4,606 while Dr. Eusebius Mukhwana was fifth with 3,529 votes.

Also in the race was Fredrick Sichangi Federal Party, who got 1, 543, Mark Barasa had 612 votes while Joseph Wekesa and Magaret Toil Nabwala managed a mere 424 and 374 each respectively.

In Sirisia constituency Major Waluke was elected on ODM Party with 16,571 humiliating UDF’s Levi Makali who garnered 5,287.

Gubernatorial results in Sirisia.

New Ford Kenya’s Kenneth Lusaka carried the day in Sirisia with 17,130 votes; Alfred Khang’ati of ODM was satisfied with 5,919 while Jack Tumwa was third with 984. Cosmas Barasa was fourth with 442 while Wabwoba Walinywa Mukhamule was last in Sirisia with 442 votes.

Senatorship

Trade Minister Moses Wetangula won in Sirisia constituency with 14, 044, Musikari Kombo 9,140, Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi 1,043, Laurence Sifuna 391, Nixon Barasa Kukubo 305 while Reuben Kiboi was last with 146.

Women Representative seat in Sirisia was hotly contested with Catherine Wambilianga getting 7,894, followed by Salome Mwangale 6,995 while Dr. Reginalda Wanyonyi was fourth with 6,200. Other in the race was Kellen Wabomba 1,087, Caroline Wekesa 683, Lornah Nanjala 484, and Juliet Makokha 477 while Hellen Nafuna led from behind with 341.

Kabuchai constituency is among the 80 new constituencies formed by IEBC and it was curved from former Sirisia Constituency with 4 wards. 

Bumula Constituency

Otsiula defeats Bifwoli in Bumula 

In Bumula Constituency, Boniface Otsiula is the new Member of Parliament from the New Ford Kenya party with 18,072 votes defeating the incumbent Ford Kenya’s Bifwoli Wakoli the current assistant Minister for Lands.  

Webuye East Constituency

Sambu gets second chance

Alfred Sambu emerged the winner for Webuye East Constituency with 15,737 votes cast getting him a second chance to lead his people.

IEBC Coordibnator Webuye East Joyce Wamalwa handing over certificate to  Alfred Sambu at the Webuye tallying centre

He was followed closely by Job Chelongo with 5,094 votes according to the IEBC Presiding officer Joyce Wamalwa who announced the winners and losers.  

Michael Chetekei with 399,Martha Chetekei with 248,Isaac Masoni with 229 votes, Samson Nabutola with 198,Stanslaus Wepundi with 142 and Patrick Fuchaka who got 126 votes.

Ali Machani was declared winner in Maraka ward with 3,276 votes, John Weyusia Mihuu Ward with 2,596, John Musakali with 3,053 votes.  

Webuye West Constituency

Mr. Dan Wanyama of New Ford Kenya party was declared Mp of the Webuye West Constituency with 11,141 votes.

He was followed closely by Joash Wamang'oli on UDF ticket with 10,715 and Leonard Wakoli 5,551 votes.

However, Wamang'oli refuted the results and the matter now lies pending awaiting a judicial hearing.

Sitikho Ward Martin Wafula ODM- 2539, Eric Soita NFK- 2150, Douglas Simiyu DP- 716.Misikhu ward Robert Mwembe NFK-3722, Milia Nanyokia FK-2416, Johnson Barasa-823.Bokoli ward Jack Zakayo Kawa KANU-3032, Ben Mukenya DP- 1431, Patrick Manyonge-1115.

Webuye West, presidential results Raila Odinga 14,567, Musalia Mudavadi 14,256, Uhuru Kenyatta 1,279, Prof. James ole Kiyiapi 271, Peter Kenneth 246, Martha Karua 203, Mohammed Dida 160, Paul Muite 132.

 

Final results from Webuye East:

Senator seat Musikari Kombo with 11545,Moses Wetangula with 11,003, Mukhisa Kituyi 2,155, Nixon Kukubo with 126 votes and lastly Reuben Kiboi with 170 votes.

Women Representative seat Reginalda Wanyonyi got 8,618,followed closely by Catherine Wambilianga with 7561 votes, Salome Mwangale with 5181,Kellan Wabomba with 3,634, Caroline Wekesa with 896,Lornah Nanjala with 518,Hellen Nafuna with 482,Jackline Nyongesa with 416 votes and Juliet Makokha 339 votes.

The Webuye Coordinator Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission IEBC in Webuye East Mrs.Joyce Wamalwa appraised them for conducting peaceful elections throughout the process.

She revealed not being any misconduct on the part of the candidates also acknowledging their respect to the electoral rules in the elections and contributing to the peaceful mood in the area.

The results for the presidential race came by surprise with CORD’s leader Raila Odinga leading with 15,269 votes followed by Musalia Mudavadi with 9,431,Uhuru Kenyatta with 992 votes,James Ole Kiyapi with 238,Martha Karua with 154,Abduba Dida with 119 votes, Peter Kenneth with 110,Paul Muite with 79 votes. 

Webuye West with 61 polling center with 37,842 registered voters.

Webuye East with 61 polling centres with 32,881 registered voters.

 

Mt. Elgon Constituency

John Bomet Serut with his daughter after receiving certificate from mt. Elgon IEBC Cordinator. [Photo | Phanice Chepkemboi | West Fm]

MP John Serut emerges the winner

Mt. Elgon former Member of Parliament John Serut emerged the winner in a hotly contested election after getting 20,821 votes beating his rival the immediate former Member of Parliament Fred Kapondi who got 13,843.

Serut who was the former area MP in the year 2002-2007 and a former Assistant Minister for Planning vied for the seat as an independent candidate and was declared the winner by the Mt.Elgon IEBC co-coordinator Geoffrey Gitobu.

Speaking at tallying center in Kibuk Girls High School after being given his certificate by the IEBC Returning Officer Geoffrey Gitobu, the MP elect Serut thanked the constituents for giving him the opportunity to serve as their MP for the second time and promised that his will be an all inclusive leadership.

Other results from the region put Uhuru Kenyatta of the Jubilee coalition ahead by getting 29, 297 against Raila Odinga of CORD who got 5, 289.

 For Senator’s position Musikari Kombo (NFK) shined, he got 23, 556 votes while Lawrence Sifuna (URP) got 1,798. Moses Wetangula came second with 10,637.

Gubernatorial candidate   Ken Lusaka( New Ford-K)  garnered 36,005, his main competitor Alfred Khangati of ODM got 3,904  while Cosmas Basara of  TNA got 1,537.  Dr. Reginalda Wanyonyi the women representative post got 17921 votes from the area.

Reports by: Eric Lumbasi, Nandemu Barasa, Protus Simiyu, Rosemary Wachiye, Joyce Wafula

 

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