The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has given Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa six hours to surrender to the nearest police station.
The Legislature went into hiding after the alleged shooting of one Brian Olunga at one of the polling stations in Bungoma County.
"Hon Barasa, is wanted for the cold blooded murder of Brian, whom he shot on the forehead killing him on the spot, on Tuesday, August 8, at Chebukwabi in Kimilili, Bungoma county. A specialized team of sleuths based from the elite Crime Research & Intelligence Bureau and the," part of the statement by DCI read.
DCI pointed out that they had dispatched officers to help in the search of Mr. Barasa.
"Homicide department has been dispatched to augment the teams on the ground for his manhunt. Serious action will be taken against any person/s found to be harbouring the murder suspect," DCI said.
Despite being on the run, the MP has been issuing statements via his social media platforms.
Barasa retained his seat on a UDA ticket but the Independent Electoral Boundaries (IEBC) has declined to issue him with the election certificate until he collects it himself.