In a clip shared by a local News page Bahati was whisked away by several men who were guarding him into a waiting vehicle.
Lately, Bahati has been on the receiving end after he refused to step down for his Azimio counterpart and the incumbent area parliamentarian Oluoch.
Bahati who is vying on a Jubilee ticket said he would be in the ballot and was not going to succumb to petty politics and intimidations..
The famous musician accused Nairobi senatorial aspirant Sifuna of trying to influence decisions making in Azimio.
Earlier on reports had it that Azimio was going to prune some weak candidates and endorse the famous and stronger candidates to enable them win against deputy president's kenya kwanza.
More political dramas are expected around the country as the country draws closer each day 9th August polls.
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