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Bahati Cries After Jubilee Asks Him To Step Down

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Bahati Cries After Jubilee Asks Him To Step Down
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Bahati Cries After Jubilee Asks Him To Step Down

The renowned Kenyan artist Kevin Mbuvi Kioko alias ‘Bahati’ is a distressed man after he was allegedly asked to drop his Mathare MP bid ahead of the August General Election.

Bahati had secured the Jubilee party ticket in his quest to unseat Anthony Tom Oluoch of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) but has apparently been asked to withdraw from the race.

Bahati Cries After Jubilee Asks Him To Step Down

Speaking to members of the press on Monday, a teary Bahati claimed that he had been asked to support an ODM candidate under the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition arrangement.

Without mentioning names, the artiste said he was told that Mathare is an ODM stronghold.

The 28-year-old urged Jubilee party leader Uhuru Kenyatta and his ODM counterpart Raila Odinga, who doubles up as Azimio presidential candidate, to give the youth a chance to lead.

“I respect you President [Uhuru Kenyatta] and I respect Honourable Raila Odinga but please give the youth of this country a chance,” he said.

“I know there is zoning and Mathare has been zoned as an ODM area but for this one time, give the youth of this country. Give the people of Mathare a chance to get the leader they have always wanted.”

Jubilee and ODM are the founding members of the Azimio coalition that brings together over 20 parties. The coalition has adopted consensus and zoning methods to avoid internal wrangles and also increase the chances of securing more seats in the next polls.

 

Felicity Gitonga
Felicity Gitonga is the founder of Africa Business News. abn, freelance writer, journalist, and author with a passion for telling stories.

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