Bahati's cries were recently heard by his party the Jubilee party led by Presdient Uhuru Kenyatta and the self dubbed mtoto wa mama has already hit the campaign trail running yesterday accompanying Martha Karua on her home coming in Kirinyaga county where Bahati got a chance to campaign sparking mixed reactions online.
The father of four took to his Instagram feed where he posted the video being introduced by Martha who was recently named Azimio's deputy flag bearer Bahati breaking into his songs immediately he receive the mic sparking mixed reactions online.
Here is how netizens reacted to Bahati singing during the campaigns in Kirinyaga.
Moses, "Uko campaign ama show what are the songs for."
Nairobian, "Bro Unacampaign ama Unaimba"
Sane, "You are really trying you might just be lucky come the next election for now sharpen up."
Lane, "Surely Mathew anaimba wanani kwa campaign."
Here is a link to the video as seen online on the singer's Instagram feed.
Image: Collage photo of the two politicians.
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