Hon. Peter Maluma has hinted through his official tweeter page alleging that the Kimilili member of parliament Hon. Didmus Barasa should discipline Steve Kay, the popular Luhya musician, and contractor who was slapped for locking classrooms.
According to Hon. Peter Maluma the amount of money that is alleged to be used in renovating four classrooms is too much. Because to him the same exact amount can be used to to build 5 new classrooms in Houma Bay.
Here is what the Homa Bay member of parliament Hon. Peter Maluma asks Didmus Barasa to do to Steve Kay over the locked classrooms!
"That boy who pushed his cheek to the hands of Didmus Barasa locked classrooms in a public school claiming Ksh.3.5 million for renovating 4 classroom, the exact amount we need to build 5 new classrooms in Homa Bay Town Constituency. Brother Didmus should discipline the thief".
Steve Kay, is a popular Luhya musician, and contractor who was slapped by Kimilili MP Didmus Baraza a few weeks ago.
The artist is in record alleging that he has spent over 300,000 for medication at the Aga Khan hospital in Nairobi. Steve Kay has been undergoing a treatment of his arm which he alleged he sustained injuries following the incident.
Do you think that Didmus Barasa stand a chance to discipline Steve Kay in any way as Peter Maluma is telling him to do?
You can follow his facebook page and read more for yourself;
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