A week ago Bahati was trending all over on allegations that some people from Azimio La Umoja brigade were trying to bribe him ksh. 50 Million so that he can support the incumbent member of parliament Antony Oluoch.
ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has finally come out openly to respond to the allegations denying and saying those are lies that Bahati is using to seek sympathy from Kenyans and also to get likes and views.
"Hiyo ni uongoo, yaani kama kuna mtu ako na 50 Million mahali na anataka kupea Bahati yeye ni mjinga sana. Bahati ni mtu wa kununulia handkerchief ya 200 akilia ajipanguze nayo na kumlipia salon akatengenezwe Nywele" Sifuna said.
Sifuna said that Bahati is just someone who has decided to take clout chasing into politics. He said Azimio La Umoja have only one candidate at Mathare and it is Anthony Oluoch, there is no any other candidate.
Here is the link to the full video on YouTube.
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