(Ruto and Didmus Barasa)
Kimilili Mp Didmus Barasa has come out guns blazing in defence of Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya. Speaking while in his constituency, the vocal Tangatanga politician has told off those castigating Mudavadi for holding a meeting with Deputy president William Ruto.
"This people discouraging Oparanya are busybodies, they are cowards who want to instill fear in him from continuing with the consultations." Mp Barasa claimed.
The Mp continued saying; "This is how government is formed, government is not formed by certain characters sitting somewhere waiting to be endorsed or given positions."
Barasa encouraged Oparanya to continue with consultations saying the people of Mulembe nation look up to him and are watching his movements closely.
It's however not clear why Didmus Barasa, a William Ruto ally fiercely defended the Kakamega governor. Could it be that the governor is on his way out of ODM to Hustler Nation? Time Will answer this question.
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