The Covid 19 pandemic in the country has truely affected the way people live and coexist. The pandemic has created a situation where most citizens cannot afford the basic needs that is important for living. As most citizens were waiting patiently to receive news from the government on a possible lockdown or an opening to the economy, Kimilili member of parliament Didmis Baraza got himself on the wrong side of the law.
It all started when he went to inspect one of the projects within the constituency. The event which was attended by many residents and contrary to the ministry of health protocol became tragic when a popular musician led a section of residents in opposing him. Didmus was quick to slap the musician in the face which immediately initiated a fist fight.
It took the intervention of bodyguards to separate the heated fight as residents wanted to lynch the MP. Irate social media fans have condemned the actions of the MP as backwards and barbaric. They have called on the DCI boss Kinoti to please arrest Didmus immediately.
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