Kenyan gospel singer Kevin Kioko famously known by his stage name as Bahati has now come out clearly to speak on the rough experience he faced yesterday in his plan to lead the people of Mathare Constituency.
While addressing the media, Bahati has jokingly stated that if he knew, he would have just remained in the gospel industry with his music career intead of politics.
According to him, politics have turned out to be very hard beyond his expectations and so he would just stick to making music.
Bahati's statement comes just day after the Jubilee Party made a sharp about turn on him by telling the public that they have no candidate for Mathare Constituency MP seat.
Instead, the party had endorsed the ODM party candidate Anthony Oluoch who is also the incumbent.
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