United Democratic Alliance (UDA’) candidate Njuguna Wanjiku has won the hotly contested Kiambaa Parliamentary by-election.
Wanjiku garnered 21,773 votes (50%) beating Jubilee party’s Kariri Njama who had 21,263 votes (49%), a difference of 510 votes.
Gichia Evans S Wainaina came third after mananging 80 votes only.
IEBC suspended the Kiambaa constituency vote tallying on Friday morning, July 16, after the Jubilee candidate and his supporters stormed into the tallying centre and caused a fracas.
Njama and his supporters alleged that IEBC under Wafula Chebukati were tilting elections in the favour of UDA’s Njuguna Wanjiku.
152 polling stations out of 154 had been tallied with Wanjiku leading with 21,301 votes, 244 more than Kariri Njama’s 21,057 votes at the time. Police took over the tallying centre and locked contesting officials out of the premises.