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MP Who Defeated Simba Arati In A Parliamentary Fight Some Years Back

By Manyara | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 13328 views

Unveiling the past event of Dagoretti North MP Hon. Simba Arati is the yesterday' s trended occasion where he caught the media' s attention for having beaten South Mugirango MP, Sylvanus Osoro who tried to disrupt his speech in Kisii.

Simba Arati attacked Deputy President William Ruto and his allies whom he said have a tainted life before Sylvanus Osoro was fed up and was burning in flames inside.

" We have several leaders here in the company of our Deputy President who has a tainted life. These are fraudsters who should not be allowed to take up any leadership position, " said Arati.

Osoro went further to physically expressed his high risen temperature when he went to the podium to disrupt Arati' s speech.

Arati rose to the occasion with blows and kicks that sent Osoro to the floor. This reminded Kenyans of the violent event that happened when Arati fought with Bahati lawmaker, Hon. Kimani Ngunjiri who was reported to have beaten him in Parliament some years back.

In an interview, Arati was asked, " Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri once bit you in Parliament. What was that about? "

Then he answered, " We were discussing the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill, and a scuffle ensued. He held me by my necktie, but I responded with a left uppercut. "

He continued, ' ' He opened his mouth just as I unleashed another blow, and my fist went right through into his mouth. That is when he bit my hand. All that is behind us now, though, and we do talk. "

The yesterday' s event occurred in a funeral attended by retired Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto. Mr Abel Gongera, father to Kisii Deputy Governor, Hon. Joash Maangi was laid to rest.

Afterwards, Odinga went ahead and addressed the Gusii community in Kisii Town. He praised them as a community which loves peace and has maintained political stability.

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