MP Didmus Barasa surrenders to the police
Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has at long last given up to the police.
The lawmaker introduced him to Bungoma police headquarters and was set collared as examinations concerning a homicide case go on.
On Thursday, police gave him a six-hour final proposal to give up to any police headquarters.
DCI George Kinoti said they maintain that Barasa should reveal insight into the demise of Brian Olunga, his adversary’s associate.
He is affirmed to have shot him on the brow killing him on the spot on August 8, at Chebukwabi in Kimilili, Bungoma region.
“A particular group of detectives based from the tip top Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau and the Homicide division has been dispatched to expand the groups on the ground for his manhunt,” Kinoti said.
“Serious move will be made against any individual/s viewed as holding onto the homicide suspect.”
On Wednesday, the DPP gave a warrant of capture against Barasa.
The MP allegedly shot and killed Brian Olunga on August 9.
Olunga was a guardian to Brian Khaemba, who was Barasa’s rival in the Kimilili parliamentary race.
DPP, Noordin Haji, has given bearings to have Barasa caught, record an assertion and have the pertinent document profited to his office for proper activity.
As per police in Bungoma, the MP is currently at large and his telephone is turned off.
Bungoma head of DCI Joseph Ondoro said a fight broke out between the two inciting Khaemba to leave and make a beeline for his vehicle.