The news reaching our desk is that the current member of parliament for Kimilili Didmus Barasa has finally handed himself over to the authorities. The member of parliament was on the run as he was a main suspect in a murder case of his opponents aide.
The whole scenario became a nightmare when the driver of Brian was shot in his head and immediately succumbed to the injuries. The scenes were horrifying and the main suspect of the murder was Didmus Barasa who immediately ran into hidding to prevent being arrested by the authorities.
The security agencies had issued a warrant of arrest where they called upon him to submit himself to the nearest police station as security machinery had already been launched to hunt him down. He has submitted himself in less than twenty four hours inorder to help with investigation and get to the bottom of the matter.
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