Just a day after holding a press conference at his palatial home where he announced that he is breaking off from the Tanga tanga wing of the jubilee party associated with the deputy president, the Kimilili lawmaker now confirms that he is going nowhere. He is staying put at the Tanga Tanga side only that he is taking a break of four months to reflect on his political future.
Earlier, Didmus Barasa had declared that all politics is local and that his people had advised him to explore new paths where his constituents belonged to. He says he is keen not to commit political suicide by following something his people had rejected.
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He categorically said that he would be issuing clarifications in the coming days. Still, one thing for sure he said was that he no longer wants to be associated with the Tanga tanga faction.