Two Members of Parliament Wario Guyo (Garsen) and Hiribae Said Buya (Galole) are among 18 Kenyans who were rescued on Sunday.
In a statement, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki confirmed that the two, who got lost on Saturday evening in Tana River while attempting to distribute food to constituents affected by EL Nino had safely been evacuated, bringing their ordeal to a close.
"The boat that went missing in the waters of Tana River has been found. All occupants have been evacuated to safety," a statement from the Interior Ministry read.
In a separate statement, the Tana River County Government further revealed that one of the rescued Kenyans was a nominated Member of County Assembly (MCA).
A rescue operation had been mounted by the National Government in conjunction with the Tana River County Government under the leadership of Dhadho Godhana.
Security agencies first made contact with the group on Saturday evening when it was ascertained that everyone was safe.
Rescue operations could not be conducted immediately as the crew could not establish their location.
This prompted Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki to put together a multi-agency search party led by the Kenya Coast Guard.
One of the MPs remarked that they were on a motorboat when they lost direction which made them wander in the waters for hours.
"We need rescuing at this point it is a case of emergency," the legislators pleaded with the Kenya Coast Guard.
The ordeal came a few hours after CS Kindiki announced that there was a plan to evacuate 30,000 Kenyans affected by the El Nino floods.
Areas where the government is planning to evacuate residents include; Embu, Tharaka Nithi, Kitui, Machakos, and Garissa counties.