Dagoretti North Member of Parliament Simba Arati and his counterpart from Mugirango Sylvanus Osoro have once again made headlines in Kisii during the burial ceremony of Oroo Oyioka who passed on last week. Today the two did not fight but decided to shake hands and bury their hatchet and promised to work together.
PHOTO: Extract from the event of the two shaking hands
This happened only a few months after the two made headlines in Kisii after they exchanged blows during the burial ceremony of the mother to Deputy Governor of Kisii county Joash Maangi. Today’s handshake was spearheaded by Richard Onyonka who asked the community leaders to embrace mature politic for the betterment of the region.
This latest gesture has been applauded by many, who see it as a sign of maturity and reconciliation from the two leaders who are drawn from two opposing sides. During the handshake leaders present and mourners celebrated thanking the two for putting their differences aside.
Below is a video link of the two having a handshake before mourners and leaders present in Kisii:
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