Kimilili member of Parliament honourable Didimus Barasa has been silent for a long time after back in March he announced to take a political break. He revealed to Kenyan that he will be taking a sabbatical break in politics to focus on the interest of the Kimilili people.
Today honourable Diddimus Barasa has announced his plans ahead of the 2022 general election. He has hinted that he has plans to join the ford Kenya and claim the post of secretary-general. Ford Kenya is led by Moses Weitangula.
Kimilili member of Parliament has shown interest in the seat of the secretary-general which already has someone. Honourable Barasa has insisted he has been openly campaigning for speaker Keneddy Lusaka for Kakamega gubernatorial seat come 2022.
Speaking at a funeral at Bungoma county the Mp said that the party should kick out all who tried to overthrow its leadership. Earlier in March the member I parliament was linked to a united democratic alliance a party led by deputy President Wiliam Ruto.
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