[Photo Courtesy of Citizen TV]
Rumours has it that Stephen,the contractor who won the bid to construct the classes had been demanding for his payment of building the 5 classes.
According to citizen tv, Didmus Barasa had defaulted in payment of ksh3.4 million which he owed the contractor.
In a video broadcast by Citizen TV,the contractor was seen locking up the classes to burr the member of parliament from officially launching them.
Stephen locked up the classes with padlocks.
When the Member of Parliament came to launch the classrooms,he was unable to open the padlocks on the doors to the newly built classroom. Anger stirred up within the vains of Member of Parliament and he was seen slapping the contractor several times.
This is what the contractor said as quoted by Citizen TV:
"Nikimpigia Simu halipangi mtu pesa nusu. Leo nikimpigia Simu akanitusi. Ndio maana niliamua kufunga hizi darasa ndio asizifungue rasmi. Nilifanya kazi lakini sijalipwa pesa!"
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