Raila Finally Gives His Verdict On The Fight Between Arati and Osoro As He Reveals Who Was Innocent
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
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The rising political intolerance across the country has been a major cause for concern for many Kenyans in the last few months. Several cases of fights have been reported involving both sections of the political divide.
On Tuesday the country witnessed yet another fight between MPs Simba Arati and Sylvanus Osoro. The fight happened in Kisii where the two had attended a burial ceremony of the dad to Kisii Deputy Governor.
The NCIC and the whole country have since called out the two leaders for their actions. However, according to ODM Leader Raila Odinga, the NCIC commission is Wrong in their call against Simba Arati. According to Raila Odinga, the MP was defending himself from Osoro's attack. According to Raila, NCIC should distance itself from political interference in their position since Arati is innocent.
The former Prime Minister of Kenya was speaking during an interview on Inooro Fm. Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts on the matter kindly.
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