At the time, angry Matendechere threatened him and told him to leave electricity matters alone.
The video was taken way back in 2011.
In a variety of interviews with different media houses last week, Musyoka and Matendechere complained that people are making money from the video by sharing it on social media yet they are struggling financially.
In an interview on Jalang'o TV, Jalang'o told them that they will creat an advert for Jahazi flour using the 'Nitakufinya' and 'Finya' phrases.
They will also be rewarded with motorbikes by Jahazi flour mills as part of the ambassadorial deal.
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