Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has been arrested. The arrest comes after a shooting incident that left an aide to his rival Brian Khaemba of DAP dead. The shooting incident occurred at Chebukwabi polling station where they were witnessing the counting of votes .
A police report indicates that Didmus ordered opponent Brian Khaemba to remain at the polling station, but he defied. It was at that point that he flashed out his pistol and fired at Khaemba's aide named Brian Olunga, who bled to death . The Kimilili member of parliament has been arrested as the shooting incident occurred at chebukwabi polling station where there was witnessing the counting of votes .
Didmus Natasha has been arrested by the police for further investigations to be conducted . The man was shot straight into his head where he later bled to death . Dismissed Barasa will facing the law if found guilty . https://www.facebook.com/224865787558662/posts/pfbid0F8Q4eBybcJ4XZZrxXj25ymFSe3GdVQQo4PkHU5aVqSHFacaDZWtomgHAshxpy5RJl/?app=fbl
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