Denitah Ghati, a nominated member of parliament, and Peter Masara, a Suna West MP, have won their respective Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party tickets.
Ghati won the woman representative ticket in the Migori county election on Monday, while Masara won the Suna West parliamentary seat ticket.
Masara received 8799 votes compared to 8671 votes for his opponent, Hon. Joseph Obiero Ndiege, and 37,792 votes for Ghati compared to 23,552 votes for Fatuma Mohammed.
Protests over rigging claims led by Fatuma Mohammed hampered the release of results late Monday, with Ms Mohamed saying the votes were rigged in favor of Ghati.
She has vowed to fight for the party ticket.
The results are alleged to have been hurriedly announced by the returning officer, who never even identified himself, a few minutes after the county police commander, Mark Wanjala ordered the people to leave the tallying centre.
The police officer is said to have aided the returning officer to leave the tallying centre as Fatuma tried to grab the returning officer’s phone to stop him from reading the disputed results.
Meanwhile majority of the Migori county MCAs who were competing for the ODM party ticket in the just concluded party primaries have lost.
The ODM party nominations encountered various challenges including poor internet connection, lack of password among others
Elsewhere, Migori county police have arrested 12 suspects armed with crude weapons.