Didmus Barasa was caught in a video with hundreds of residents queuing to receive money. The fierce MP was giving out money while the queue received it with jubilation.
Lately, DP Ruto accused of ferrying crowds in his political rallies to cheer while he addresses.
Unfortunately, the light is shed on the whole incident after Didmus Barasa was caught in the limelight while ditching cash to the crowd.
However, Didmus Barasa is yet to clarify the incident covered in the video which went viral on social media, there is undoubtedly a feeling that he was paying them to attend Ruto's rally.
Going by matrix, Barasa may be people to attend the rally following recent claims in social media.
Lastly, please click to this link to watch Barasa shamelessly giving out money to residents. https://www.facebook.com/DMarigiri/videos/1008421973225866/
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