Kimilili member of parliament Didmus Barasa has been trending across various social media platforms after police visited his compound to pick a vehicle which is alleged to had been branded otherwise yet it belongs to the constituency Development Fund (CDF). Barasa is among close allies to DP Ruto being a member of United Democratic Alliance party.
According to a earlier post shared by Ntv, the parliamentarian was facing police hunt for arrest following allegations of removing government registration number and replacing it with a different number plate.
Taking to his Twitter account, Barasa accused his political competitor for kimilili constituency of trying to dethrone him through blames and allegations.
The parliamentarian further said that he has recorded a statement at the police station concerning the issue.
According the photos, the vehicle has been branded with UDA campaign colours with DP Ruto's image on it. His image too had been pasted on the side of the vehicle.
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