The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has asked Kimilili MP-elect Didmus Barasa to pick his nomination certificate himself.
At St. Lukes Kimilili tallying center, the constituency’s Returning Officer George Omondi, while announcing Didmus the winner in the MP race, refused to give his agent the nomination certificate.
The Returning Officer said that the certificate can only be handed to MP Barasa, who has been missing since he was accused of shooting his opponent’s aide on the night of August 9.
In his hiding place, Barasa wrote a tweet after being declared MP-elect, thanking Kimilili residents for re-electing him.
“Thank you the great people of Kimilili Constituency for re-electing me overwhelmingly for another term. I love you bits,” he wrote.
DCI officers have since been waiting for the legislator to surrender to a nearby police station.
Now, the sleuths have given Barasa 6 hours to surrender, or else……..
“WANTED FOR MURDER The Directorate of Criminal Investigations is warning Hon Didmus Barasa, who has since gone into hiding after the brutal murder of one Brian Olunga, to surrender to the nearest police station within the next 6-hours,” read a tweet by DCI.