National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has on Tuesday afternoon swore-in the two newly elected Members of Parliament Julius Mawathe of Embakasi South and David Ochieng of Ugenya.
In a Facebook post by the Kenyan Parliament, the two won the respective seats after the Supreme Court nullified the 2017 results paving way for the by elections.
"Newly elected members of National Assembly, Embakasi South Mp Hon Julius Mawathe and his Ugenya counterpart Hon David Ochieng have this afternoon been sworn in by Speaker Justin Muturi,
"The two members were elected early this month following q ruling by the Supreme Court that by-elections be carried out in their respective constituencies," read the Facebook post.
Embakasi South MP Julius Mawathe of Wiper party retained his seat after his elections were nullified by the Supreme Court trouncing ODM Idris Sumra while MDG's David Ochieng trounced ODM's Chris Karan to emerge the Victor.
The two beat all odds and silenced Odinga led party especially after they fielded strong candidates to compete in the respective by-elections.
ODM's loss was a big blow to Odinga especially after he lost in the Ugenya constituency in an area touted to be his area of jurisdiction and home ground which he enjoys total support.