•Korir, a one-tern MP, accepted defeat even before IEBC announced the official results.
•Sifuna, who currently serves as the secretary general of the Orange Democratic Movement was leading Bishop Margaret Wanjiru in the Senate race.
Nairobians will be represented by several new faces in the offices of the governor, senator, MP and county assemblies following the rise and fall of city politicians.
The earliest casualty on Wednesday was Lang'ata MP Nixon Korir who conceded defeat to former radio comedian Phelix Odiwuor, also known as Jalang’o or Jalas.
Korir, a one-tern MP, accepted defeat even before IEBC announced the official results.
The legislator took to social media to thank Lang'ata residents for according him an opportunity to be their MP for the last five years.
"To the people of Lang'ata, I sincerely thank you for according me an opportunity to be your Member of Parliament for the last five years," Korir said.
"It's been a great opportunity that gave me an avenue to contribute to our nation building and service to the people."
Going further, Korir congratulated his main rival, the former Kiss FM presenter Jalang'o for an early win, saying "Siasa si chuki.'
"From the results that we've tallied at the Generali centre, my competitor Jalango has a lead and I want to congratulate him as he prepares to take the mantle and move Langata forward," he said.
Embakasi West MP George Theuri was also a heavy casualty in the Tuesday polls.
He announced that he had failed in his bid to seek a third term even before IEBC announced the official results.
On Wednesday, Theuri thanked his supporters after 10 years of service.
"In every competition, there must be a winner and a loser, that's why I George Theuri concede defeat and peaceful hand over the baton to my brother for the next five years to serve Embakasi west. Congratulations Hon Mark Mureithi Mwenje," he said.
He also took the opportunity to congratulate his main rival Jubilee's MP Mwenje.
"I want to take this early opportunity to sincerely thank the entire Embakasi west constituency for giving me an opportunity to serve you for 10 years," Theuri said.
The incumbent asked his supporters to support the incoming MP and to accord him the necessary respect the office deserves.
The IEBC has not yet announced any results, but provisional results showed the city could have many new faces in various offices.
Former Senator Johnson Sakaja was leading in the tallying for governor’s office on Wednesday, closely followed by Jubilee’s Polycarp Igathe.
Edwin Sifuna who currently serves as the secretary general of the Orange Democratic Movement was leading for senator.
Other newcomers who were leading the race for MP are Amos Mwago (Starehe), Captain Ronald Karauri (Kasarani), Mwalimu Peter Orero (Kibra) and Beatrice Elachi (Dagoretti North).
On Wednesday the IEBC was still tallying results for various offices with the names of MPs-elect expected to be announced on Thursday.
(Edited by Tabnacha O)