Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa is expected to answer charges after he was allegedly found with a CDF vehicles branded in his personal colors.
The car in question was found in his Nasianda village home after Authorities from Bungoma county were tipped of a missing vehicle in the Kimilili County Development Fund offices (CDF). Investigations led the officers to the lawmaker's home where the Toyota vehicle was found with the number plates already changed.
'' The Vehicle was reported as missing but after doing our procedures we found it branded in Didmus Barasa and UDA party colors,'' an officer close to the investigations is quoted in a viral video shared by the Nation Media Group.
It was further reported that the authorities were denied entry into the MP's premises but after acquiring a legal permit, they were finally able to confirm that the vehicle is indeed the one missing from the CDF offices.
'' We already know the Vehicle's original number plate registration which is GKB 948J but it was changed to KBS 709D. Didmus Baraza is already aware of the situation and we will proceed further with the necessary steps once the investigations are over,'' the officer concluded.
The Kimilili Member of Parliament was not present in his home as the officers rode away with the Vehicle.
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