Bahati Kelvin Kioko who was vying for Mathare Parliamentary seat has officially lost to incumbent member of Parliament Anthony Oluoch of ODM ticket as it has been announced after tallying of votes at Teresa's polling station.
Anthony Oluoch clinched the top spot with 28098 votes followed by Ojiwa with 16912 while Bahati came in third with 8166 votes on the jubilee party.
Bahati has been seen on Instagram posting his stuffs on his page but since election day he went silent together with his wife Diana Marua, but yesterday he came out and posted as seen below.
"3 days since voting happened 21 ballot boxes tampered with I have been waiting to be declared the winner and to be handed over the official certificate as the Mathare elect, dear IEBC we need answers everything is at stand still at at St Teresa's tallying center and we need can sense rigging plans. Tell us what's happening, " Bahati wrote
What do you think about this should bahati concede defeat and go back to music? Kindly share your thoughts.
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