Hours after Former nominated MP David Ole Sankok was nominated to EALA as Kenya kwanza candidate, Didmus Barasa has Reacted.
Taking to his Facebook page, the Kimilili mp has congratulated Sankok following his nomination.
Barasa who is an ardent supporter of President William Ruto has further given advice to sankok by asking him to go with his herd of animals to Arusha.
The Kimilili mp has urged Sankok to now relocate to Tanzania after he gets victory.
He has promised together with other UDA and Kenya kwanza legislators, that they'll vote the former MP to his new job.
"Congratulations Hon. David Ole Sankok MP on your nomination as kenya Kwanza candidate for EALA. Kesho tutakufanyia ile kitu bungeni tena. My advice is that after your election tomorrow , and as you plan to relocate to the Arusha based Parliament please pana acha mifugo yako. Enda nayo iko maasai wenzako huko na mahali ya kuwalisha..." Barasa's post reads.
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