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Bahati Resurfaces After Losing Mathare Parliamentary Seat

Renowned musician cum politician Bahati. [Photo | Courtesy]

Renowned musician Bahati has resurfaced on social media days after he lost in the Mathare parliamentary election. The singer was vying for the legislative seat on a Jubilee Party. Despite the high hopes for him to win, he came up third in the race. After the winner of the election was announced, Bahati took a break from social media.

Renowned musician cum politician Bahati. [Photo | Courtesy]

The singer cum politician, has nonetheless resurfaced online as he celebrated the birthday of his son Majesty Bahati. Although Bahati continues to be inactive on his social media page, his wife Diana Marua shared videos of him and the children on her Instagram page.

Renowned musician cum politician Bahati. [Photo | Courtesy]

Bahati in the video that was shared online appeared to be in a jovial mood as he enjoyed his son's big day. He is seen mingling with his family at a private birthday party. The emergence of the videos online comes at a time that the singer's followers are expecting him to address his supporters who voted for him in the Mathare parliamentary seat.



Renowned musician cum politician Bahati. [Photo | Courtesy]

Previously, Bahati opened up during an interview with Tanzanian digital journalist Millard Ayo on the heavy investment that he had made in the campaigns. Bahati reportedly invested millions of money in his political debut in the hope that he will clinch the seat. After the voting was closed, Bahati raised allegations of plans to rig the elections, citing that he was confident he will emerge the winner.

Renowned musician cum politician Bahati. [Photo | Courtesy]

"DEAR I.E.B.C We Need Answers!!! Everything is at Stand Still at The St. Teresa's Tallying Centre and We can Sense Rigging Plans.... TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING!" Bahati's past statement read.

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