Kimilili member of parliament Didmus Barassa who is seeking his re-election as the second term member of parliament with a United Democratic Alliance party ticket, is a man likely to retain his honcho position. The vocal crusader and defender of the chief hustler William Samoei Ruto has in the past five years of his election refurbished and raise the image of the constituency eminent from the myriad classrooms he has build .
The lawmaker today took it to his official facebook page to share his magnificent performance and prowess in worship. He was singing and dancing to the rhythm of the renown swahili praise song "ainuliwe bwana wa mabwana".
"Let me lead the team in praising God for what he's doing for us.
Happy weekend ahead," he captioned.
Here are part of the reaction from netizens who flooded the law makers comment section to laud his prowess and flexibility in worshipping.
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