- police were yesterday searching for Mp Barasa over branding of UDAs name on CDF vihecle for campaign.
The police have been hunting for the Mp over the use of the CDF vihecle on his campaign.
Hon. Barasa, who was speaking to a crowd in a video footage shared by NTV said that those who are looking for him because he is using a CDF vihecle should know that he is an elected member of the parliament.
The outspoken legislator noted that Raila Odinga is a criminal since he swore himself as the people President and he is driven by 22 governmental vihecle.
"Before you arrest this son of a widow, arrest Raila Amolo Odinga so that he can be arrested first."
Didimas Barasa noted that he isn't someone to threatened.
"Kama Mama Wa Kutengeneza Chang'aa Akiona Police Anachukua Shilingi Mia Tano Aneaka Kwa Mfuko, Mimi Ni Mtu Wa Kuogopa Police Kweli." Which loosely translates as
"If a local brew Mama sees police coming, she give them sh500, am I someone who can fear police?".
Barasa was speaking this at a Kenya Kwanza rally in Bungoma.
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