Didmus Barasa is a well known politician in the country. That is because he is always vocal and extremely controversial in many occasions. He has been dominating headlines because of his dramas and as things seem to be, he won't be shaping up anytime soon.
That is because as we are speaking, Didmus Barasa is on the spotlight after slapping popular musician Steve K. According to reports, the popular local musician had been contracted by the Member of Parliament to renovate a number of classrooms but their deal ended in a sour note.
Just a day after slapping the musician, Didmus Barasa has broken his silence with a midnight post about his achievements. Through his official twitter account, the law maker claimed that it was all smiles at Namasanda Primary school as he launched 6 classrooms. He later thanked everyone who contributed towards that big achievement.
"It was all smiles at Namasanda Primary School as I joined parents, pupils and teachers during the official launch of six classrooms. This school has had mud classrooms for a long time. We thank everyone who contributed in one way or another to this wonderful work." Tweeted Didmus Barasa.
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