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Didmus Barasa Allegedly Shoots Opponent's Aide In Kimilili

This story is a witness account of the victim, that is, Brian Khaemba, an Aspirant in Kimilili constituency seat.

Incumbent MP Didmus Barasa has today lowered his status so low by engaging in despicable and unbecoming behavior that doesn't refer him as honorable.

While in Kimilili in Bungoma County, a lot has transpired that deviates from the usual normalcy of people who are respected and even go as far as to call themselves, "mheshimiwa."

Kimilili member of parliament Didmus Barasa has fallen short in observing the code of ethics, the political parties code of conduct and finally disrespected chapter six of the constitution of Kenya.

Today in Chebukwabi polling station in Kimilili constituency, an aspirant by the name Brian Khaemba had gone to the above mentioned polling station to witness vote counting.

Apparently, he was in company of four of his aides, a driver and three others.

A moment later, he was leaving the polling station and the incumbent decided to follow him to try to hold him back.

Events unfolded that the senior MP did not want the aspirant to leave the station so he followed them and ordered his protection units to stop them from leaving.

Unfortunately, the driver by the name Brian Olunga did not heed to any of such demands and went ahead to ignite the vehicle and that's when Didmus as alleged, fished out his gun and aimed at the driver shooting him at the head.

Efforts to save his life at Kimilili sub county hospital was in vain as he succumbed while in treatment.

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Brian Khaemba Bungoma County Chebukwabi Didmus Barasa Kimilili


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