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  1. Mwadime defeats Samboja

    The former Mwatate MP garnered 49,901 votes against the incumbent's 23,703.

  2. Jubilee Party bags all MP seats in Lamu

    Stanley Muiruri Muthama and Ruweida Mohamed Obo have clinched the Lamu West and Lamu East seats respectively.

    Lamu West MP Stanley Muthama
  3. Coast gets first woman governor in Fatuma Achani

    Achani beat ODM's Hamadi Boga who came second with 53,972 votes.

    Kwale Governor elect Fatuma Achani.
  4. Feisal Bader secures second term as Msambweni MP

    MP promises to help better lives of constituents through more projects.

  5. Mungatana bounces back to political limelight

    Mr Mungatana, who vied on a United Democratic Alliance Party ticket, was declared the Tana River Senator-elect on Friday.

  6. Dado protests results showing opponent Dhadho leading in in governor’s race

    Dado accuses IEBC officials of rigging elections in favour of Dhadho.

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  7. Veteran politicians make a comeback in Coast political arena

    Mungatana won Tana River senate seat with 34,129 votes.

  8. Political greenhorn trounces 15 others in Mvita contest

    He replaces Mr Abdulswamad Nassir who is vying for governor seat in elections set for August 23,2022.

    Mvita MP contest
  9. Wiper's Chome beats Jubilee's Mlolwa in Voi MP race after four attempts

    Chome won with 9,418 votes.

  10. Jomvu MP Badi Twalib floors brother-in-law to retain seat

    Jomvu MP Badi Twalib garnered 13, 850 votes against his closest rival Renson Thoya who got 9,407 votes.

    Badi Twalib
  11. Nyali MP Mohamed Ali beats ODM wave in Mombasa

    Mr Mohamed Ali garners 32,988 votes to beat Said Abdalla of ODM who had 18,642 votes

    Mohamed Ali
  12. Tallying resumes in Matuga as officials probe voting fraud

    Suspects had ben found with a Kiems kit, IEBC stamps and empty ballot papers.

    Voting
  13. Prof Boga, Achani in neck and neck contest in Kwale governor race

    The battle is expected to become tighter, even as vote tallying continues.

    Voting
  14. Taveta: John Bwire, the lawyer who floored Naomi Shaban

    Mr Bwire garnered 18,742 votes, defeating Ms Shaban, who was Taveta MP for 20 years.

    John Bwire
  15. Tallying stops in Matuga as police take over centre

    Two people in Matuga were reportedly found in possession of form 34As, seals and other poll material.

    Kwale Police Commander Josephat Kinyua matuga

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