In Kimilili constituency, Hon. Didmus Barasa fatally shoots Brian Olunga, the PA of his rival, Hon. Brian Khaemba. The internet went wild over this news.
Didmus Wekesa Barasa is a former military leader and politician who lives in Kenya. Since 2017, he has represented Kimilili constituency in the Legislative Assembly. He joined the United Democratic Alliance party shortly after leaving the Jubilee Party in 2021.
Who is Brian Olunga? Brian Khaemba Aid shot dead by Didmus Barasa
Kenya’s High Court Solicitor is Brian Olunga. His six years of legal practice give him confidence. He describes himself as the go-to person for any form of legal recourse, according to his Linkedin page.
In 2013, he enrolled at the University of Nairobi. He also completed his law degree from the University of Kenya in 2018. The lawyer says that while he was there he received an honour.
Olunga made no mention of his professional experiences. His knowledge spans a variety of areas including Microsoft, strategy development, analytical prowess, project analysis, report writing, engagement, business, and more.
Has Didmus Barasa been arrested? Shooting details
In connection with a shootout that killed a rival’s aide, police are looking for Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa. At the Chebukwabi polling station where they were supposed to see the vote count, Barasa and his opponent, Brian Khaemba of the DAP, fought.
For Bungoma, DCI After a fight between the two, Khaemba got out and headed for his car, according to Joseph Ondoro.
According to Ondoro, Joshua Nasokho, Khaemba’s driver, violated the command and intentionally set the car on fire. According to Ondoro, Barasa ordered the four-man group accompanying Khaemba not to let him leave the site.
According to a police report, Barasa then pulled out a gun, pointed it at Brian Olunga, Khaemba’s assistant, and shot him in the forehead, killing him instantly. He had already passed away when he arrived at Kimilili sub-county hospital.
Ondoro claimed that Barasa was wanted for further investigation into the incident. “Although he fled, we are still looking for him. He should surrender,” he said. At the time this report was written, Olunga’s body was in the aforementioned hospital awaiting to be transported to Delight Funeral Home.