Deputy President William Ruto's ally and Kimilili Member of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa is a wanted man by police officers after it emerged that the politician had branded a government car with his posters and that of DP Ruto.
The contraversial politician took the county government is said to have even changed the number plats of the car with a fake one. According to the preliminary investigation, the NGCDF Kimilili Constituency motor vehicle whose original registration number GK948J impounded in the homestead of the Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa fully branded with UDA Colours and photos and fixed with new registration number KBS 709D.
Following that expose, Police officers in Kimilili, Bungoma county have launched a manhunt for area MP Didmus Barasa to face charges of forgery and misuse of public resources for his own political gain.
"We employed Section 26 of the Criminal Procedures Code that allows us to access anywhere, got into the house and confirmed that indeed it was a CDF vehicle," a police officer told Daily Nation.
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