Kimilili member of Parliament honourable Didmus Barasa has over the recent past declared his utmost support and loyalty to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party leader Dr William Samoei Ruto. The vocal Tangatanga brigade enjoys a massive support from his constituents , who overwhelmingly celebrate him for his remarkable development track record evident to those lucky enough to tour the constituency.Today as the second in command took his hustler campaigns to West Pokot , the staunch UDA member of parliament was also at Nakalira in Kamukuywa ward within his constituency drumming support for the chief hustler's statehouse bid and his re-election to parliament.In a clip posted on his official twitter page, the law maker is heard asking his constituents of whom to follow between Raila Odinga and William Ruto. They all responded with unison in support of the chief hustler. He further went on to reveal about the calls he has been receiving from Raila Odinga trying to convince him to decamp to Azimio La Umoja but he has been adamant about. He assured of blocking Odinga's call thereafter so that anytime he calls him he Will not reach his cellphone.
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