According to Mr Osoro, Arati's remarks about the post-election violence in 2007/2008 angered him.
He said that as one of the victims of the riots and riots, he felt that Arati's remarks revived the scars of his past.
"Arati provoked me, I am one of the victims of the violence. One of my motorcycles I used to push the wheel of Molo's life was burned by hooligans, and the other was stolen. It was because of the unrest that I moved there and went to Nairobi where I started selling peanuts, ”Mr Osoro said.
Mzee Gongera's funeral was also attended by Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Mr Raila Odinga.
Speaking to the mourners, Arati said leaders and politicians from the Kisii community who lean on Dr Ruto's side do not represent the community's position.
The MP also appeared to attack the Deputy President, saying "only two communities have ruled Kenya since independence, and it is time to give the other communities the opportunity to be in power".
Dr. Ruto has clearly stated his intention to enter the White House 2022.
Following Arati's remarks, Mr Osoro took to the stage and snatched his microphone, the two MPs ending up fighting.
Police officers were forced to intervene and disperse them. That shameful act continues to be condemned.
Mr Arati's remarks about the ruling party allow others to come to power are in line with those of President Uhuru Kenyatta, given in January 2021 at the funeral of the mother of ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Hannah Hannah Atsianzale.
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