At the same time, he commended IEBC for conducting what he termed as free and fair elections.
He particularly appreciated the role played by women who do business at the famous suk mukdi (dark market) saying despite coming from different backgrounds, the give him full support.
â€œI want to thank my party Jubilee andâ€¦all members of the party across the country because I play very critical role when we go to the field,â€ said Mr Duale.
Mr Duale was first elected to Parliament to represent Dujis Constituency in 2007 on an ODM ticket before ditching the party and joining Deputy President William Rutoâ€™s URP.
He was re-elected on a URP ticket to represent Garissa Township.
The vocal Jubilee MP said he was pleased that his presidential candidates is ahead of his rival Raila Odinga of ODM in the preliminary results released by IEBC adding that all indications are that Kenyans have retained the tyranny of numbers in Parliament.
Mr Duale, who for the first time paraded his family to the public, said he was pleased that some of his followers travelled from far to give him support in order to ensure he retained his parliamentary seat.