Bungoma County Assembly Speaker John Makali is the ODM candidate for the Kanduyi Constituency.
Mr Makali garnered 6,473 votes to beat his closest rival, lawyer Edwin Sifuna who got 3,111 votes while Mr Gilbert Wangila got a paltry 234 votes.
It took up to around 12.10am for the results to be announced by the Kanduyi ODM returning officer Mr James Okoth.
At one time a live petrol bomb was hurled near the tallying centre at Bungoma DEB Primary School where the Kanduyi Constituency ODM nomination results were being released.
Supporters of various candidates scampered for safety for a short time but the security personnel cordoned off the area but did not arrest the culprit who is said to have fled immediately after throwing the home-made bomb.
Bungoma South officer in charge crime Mr Mahammud Maalim led his officers in securing the area to allow the counting go on to the end.
After the bomb scare, Mr Sifuna and his supporters immediately left the tallying centre in a huff after sensing defeat when it emerged that Mr Makali was leading in about 22 polling centres out of 40.
Mr Makali applauded his supporters for voting for him.
He will face off with, among others, the incumbent MP Wafula Wamunyinyi of Ford Kenya in the August 8 polls.
“I am very happy. You have showed that you have trust in me. Let us now go back to the ground and ensure that we send Mr Wamunyinyi parking,” said Mr Makali.
In Webuye East Constituency, Mr Peter Khakina emerged the winner with 4,819 votes beating his closest rival, Mr Kingsley Mutali, who got 225 votes.
Mr Khakina will now face the incumbent MP Alfred Sambu of Amani National Congress party, among others.
In Webuye West, Mr John Musundi emerged the victor after garnering 4,336 votes, beating his opponent, Mr Kelly Walubengo who got 1,536 votes.
The seat is currently held by Mr Dan Wanyama of Jubilee Party.