Between Simba Arati and Hon. Osoro, Who is the King in Fighting? See What Kenyans Have Said
By Kenya-Best_TV | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 8595 views
The incident that happened yesterday in Kisii during the burial of Deputy Governor Joash Maangi's father has been talked of the day with new updates keeping on streaming in. The fight between Hon. Simba Arati and his counterpart Hon Silvanus Osoro was ignited by Simba's remarks that Deputy President William Ruto should ask for forgiveness in front of the people of Kisii on what happened to the people that lost their lives during the 2007 PEV.
Many Kenyan have given their opinions on the matter across social media platforms with the majority of them calling for the arrest of the ODM legislator Hon. Arati, while others have taken a step further to compare the fight of the two.
In a post that was posted on the Facebook page, Kenyans compared between the Dagoretti-based legislator and his counterpart Hon. Osiro. Different Kenyans gave their views differently depending on how they understood the fight. Here are the views of Kenyans who saw the post.
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