Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission have announced that they will take stern action against Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa if the police investigating the case finds him guilty.
On the murder case, Chebukati said that IEBC is not mandated to deal with criminal cases and any offenses outside their jurisdiction and it is the police mandate to investigate.
Chebukati further assured voters from Kimilili that the counting of votes was going to continue and the results will be announced as constitutional Directs them to.
Yesterday, Incumbent MP Didmus Barasa in reports held at Kimilili Police Station indicated that Brian Khaemba, a DAP-Kenya party had reported of an incident where his aide identified as Brian olunga and shot him on the head at Chebukhwabi primary school in Kibingei ward when he had gone to witness counting of votes at around 6pm.
Barasa is said to have followed Khaemba who was on his way to his car demanding him to remain at the polling station.
Upon refusing Barasa's orders, Barasa is said to have taken out his gun and shot Olunga who later succumbed to injuries while being attended at at Kimilili Sub-County hospital.
Barasa who was being manhunted by police has been given 24 hours to surrender.
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