Kimilili Constituency Member of Parliament Hon. Didmus Barasa has caused an uproar on social Media platforms after his photos assisting an elderly woman to prepare tea for breakfast emerged on social media platforms.
The photos were uploaded on Facebook by MP. Didmus Barasa on his official Facebook page where he accompanied them with a political message based on his political beliefs that are part of the Kenya Kwanza political coalition that has brought the Deputy President William Ruto, the Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula together.
The photo attracted a lot of reactions from his followers on the same platform where he was applauded for his efforts to help the elderly while at the same time others bashed him by claiming that he was trying to use the woman to gain some political milage.
"The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles! Bottom Up Economic Model," MP Didmus Barasa posted on Facebook.
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