Raila Odinga Finally Breaks Silence On Simba Arati's Fight With Silvanus Osoro in Kisii
By Mandera | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 11036 views
The country is currently in a period where politicians are angling to outdo each other as far as the 2022 succession politics is concerned with many seemingly interested to attempt to clinch the presidency.
However, incidents of political intolerance have been rampant for the last few days as both Raila Odinga's camp and that of deputy president William Ruto affected.
Few days ago, Dagoretti member of parliament Simba Arati and Ruto ally Silvanus Osoro engaged in a fight at the burial of father to Kisii deputy governor Joash Maangi.
And now, ODM Party leader Raila Odinga has finally broken his silence on the fight that occurred right in his presence.
According to the former prime minister, Simba Arati is very innocent and he was only defending himself from the attack by Silvanus Osoro during the fight.
He says that he doesn't agree with the national cohesion and integration Commission that sought to include Simba Arati's name on the list of shame,a list of Leaders who have gone contrary to the code of ethics.
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