Voi MP Jones Mlolwa also won another term by garnering 18,407 votes against his rival Dishon Mngodi’s 14,609.
Mr Danson Mwashako of Wiper Democratic Movement clinched the Wundanyi Parliamentary seat in a hotly contested race after flooring six candidates.
Returning Officer Hamisi Tsumo declared Mr Mwashako the winner after garnering 8,373 votes.
Mr Mwashako, who is a former Equity Bank branch manager, floored Mr Simon Mwachia of Jubilee Party and Mr Raymond Mwangola of ODM who polled 5,116 and 2,016 votes respectively. Mr Cromwell Baridi of Ford-Kenya and former area MP Mwandawiro Mgangah (SDP) polled 2,864 and 1,656 respectively.
Mr Pius Chorongo of Kanu came sixth after garnering 1,336 votes while Paul Malinge of Maendeleo Chap Chap was last after garnering only 86 votes across the 60 polling centres.
Mr Mgangah has disputed the results, instructing his agents not to append their signatures on the forms.
In Matuga constituency, Kwale County, Mr Kassim Tandaza of ANC won the parliamentary race. Mr Tandaza got 16,985 votes, beating outgoing MP Hassan Mwanyoha who managed 12,627. Mr Mwalimu Digore Kitambi got 8,468, Mr Athman Mwarora garnered 4,792.
Others in the race were Mr Masudi Mwakileo (2,234) and Mr Masudi Bakari (1,403).
In Msambweni, provisional results showed MP Suleiman Dori of ODM had been re-elected.
In Garsen constituency, Wiper candidate Ali Guyo won after he garnered 8,702 votes while his closest competitor Mr Maurice Jillo got 5,984.
In Bura, incumbent MP Ali Wario was re-elected. Mr Wario got 10,459 votes with his closest competitor, Yakub Kuno of ODM getting 8,046 votes.
Additional reporting by Hamisi Ngowa, Evalyne Kirui, Daniel Nyassy, Brian Ocharo, Wachira Mwangi, Galgalo Bocha, Charles Lwanga, Lucy Mkanyika, Mohamed Ahmed and Abigael Ruto