Bungoma Senator Hon Moses Wetangula has come out to defend Kimilili members of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa after he was accused of using a CDF vehicle for his own campaigns. Police officers raided his home and recovered a double cabin pick-up vehicle that was branded with United Democratic Alliance yellow colors.
While addressing a campaign rally in Western Kenya, the Bungoma senator accused the Orange Democratic Movement party leader of also using government vehicles. Wetangula has accused the government of giving Raila more than 20 government vehicles as well as helicopters for campaign.
He said Didmus Barasa only used one government vehicle but Raila has been using many government vehicles in his campaign. He urged Barasa to stay firm as they will defend him when he will be summoned by authorities.
"When they say that you are using a government vehicle, I want to tell the government before touching Didmus Barasa of Kimilili, go and collect all the cars and planes that you have given Raila".
"All the vehicles that have number plates of KCY, almost 20 cars, Prados, Landcruiser and other cars all belong to the government". Wetangula said.
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