Some few weeks ago, Simba Arati and Sylvanus Osoro dominated the headlines. They were the talk of the Nation after their unexpected move to take on each other and settle matters through blows in front of mourner. That was something that cost the two because NCIC was quick to name them in their list of shame.
While many of the people have been anticipating that Sylvanus Osoro and Simba Arati have a grudge between them and that they may end up taking on each other even behind the scenes, that is not the case.
That comes after Sylvanus Osoro breaking his silence to clear up the air while talking to TV47 Kenya. Sylvanus Osoro left Kenyans surprised and talking when he explained that he has a good personal relationship with Simba Arati and they have even been meeting for lunch on many occasions. He stated that their only small difference comes in the political parties they are in but nothing more than that.
"Mimi na Simba Arati ni marafiki wa dhati, hata jana nilikutana naye. Hatujawahi kuwa na uhusiano mbaya." Said Sylvanus Osoro as according to TV47 Kenya.
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