The famous Duo Charles Musyoka and Aron Aziba who recently went on public limelight after a past tv interview attracted massive attention online have landed on lucrative deals that has reunited them once more.
The tv interview which was conducted by K24 was questioning Charles Musyoka on illegal connections of electricity in his village. While on camera explaining the hazards, Aron Aziba who had been listening besides him lost his temper. He then immediately threatened Musyoka telling him, " Achana na mambo ya stima, achia Watu wa stima waongee, ambia serikali ikupatie kazi,Nitakufinya!" In which Musyoka replied," Finyaa!!"
The conversation which has since went viral has finally brought the two brothers together for awards. While on Jalangos interview, they were each Promised a motorcycle and a contract with a flour company.
The two has since been reunited and are happy together despite the bitter exchanges of the past. It's expected that their flour brand-ambassador contract will start airing on tv beginning next week.
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