Kimilili member of parliament Didmas Barasa was today caught on camera slapping an individual who has been identified as a contractor who did work for Kimilili constituency and payment had not been made. Kimilili Mp Didmas Barasa with William Ruto (photo courtesy)
According to blogger Allan Ouma, the contractor who doubles up as a musician goes by the name Steve Kay had gone to stop to commissioning the classrooms by the MP which he had been contracted to build and he had not been paid a sum of Ksh 3.4 million which led to a nasty scene angering Didmas Barasa who reacted by slapping him.
Screen grab from video, watchvideo ;https://www.facebook.com/allan.bentley.96/videos/1435541133471077/?app=fbl
Didmas Barasa is a vocal ally to deputy president William Ruto from the Western part of Kenya, he is not the first Tangatanga Politician to be caught on camera slapping citizens as during Matungu by elections, former Sports C's Rashid Echesa slapped an IEBC official leading to his arrest and prosecution and the matter is still in court.
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