A UDA affiliated member of Parliament, Didmus Barasa, has finally made a Facebook post just hours after he was linked to a shooting incident at a polling station in Kimilili constituency.
The kimilili member of Parliament was allegedly hiding after the shocking scene which saw the police perform a manhunt towards him after he was ordered to report at any police station close to him.
A section of social media users have castigated the member of Parliament towards the shooting incident.
"If indeed you shot someone then umejiharibia sana .,many people where looking up to you ." Antho Taruz commented.
Some of the netizens also alleged that the member of Parliament was framed towards the shooting by his political opponents.
"Welcome back mweshimiwa. They framed you. Intimidation is ending" Kipchumba commented.
This comes at a time that the country is experiencing political tension as vote counting process is ongoing across the country with both aspirants and voters eagerly waiting for the election results for different seats.
Read Didmus Barasa Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/100044250768380/posts/pfbid08CqG4ypHzZDZ42EvZq1Ntb3HeCVE1yJXHDCuK9SAbYsGdgrqSVuuLteqPVRnHbPel/?app=fbl
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