- He has asked the state to realise them unconditionally.
- He says those holding them are criminals themselves.
The Kimilili Member of Parliament Hon Hon. Didmas Barasa has decried over the alleged arrest of UDA supporters by the state.
Mp Barasa took to Twitter to share a video footage of the arrested supporters.
The men, in the video, who alleges were arrested could be heard saying that they were arrested because they are UDA supporters.
They swore not to join Azimio even if they are locked up in the cell.
"Even if they torture us, we won't fear. And if they are torturing us now yet we haven't elected them, what if we elect them?... They will gun us down." Un-identified man said in a video.
Mp Barasa who is seeking to recapture his seat as Kimilili Mp reacted saying: "Release this people unconditionally. Those holding them are criminals instead. Freedom of association including which presidential candidate or party to support is not negotiable!."
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