Kevin Kioko also known as Bahati by the stage name is a Kenyan music who has also venture into politics recently. He begun his music career as a gospel artist and later changed and started singing secular music and he has had achievement both as a gospel artist and as a sucular artist.
Bahati will be competing for Mathare member of parliament seat under Jubilee party come August 9 general elections. Otile Brown being the first Kenyan artist to reach one million YouTube subscribers, Bahati has joined his league and he is the second Kenyan musician to react one million YouTube subscribers.
This is good news to Bahati, his family and Kenyans at large. Bahati who was at first denied Jubilee party ticket that even made him to cry is a happy man considering that he is known allover in Kenya and East Africa at large and he is likely to win the upcoming elections.
Congrats Bahati you have made Kenya proud again.
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