Musician Kevin Kioko popularly known by his stage name Bahati, has penned an emotional post celebrating his son Morgan Bahati as the kid joins boarding School.
In the lengthy, heart-tagging post Bahati recalled how their past was not rosy and the challenges they went through while giving thanks to God for seeing them through and for His beautiful blessings.
Bahati marvelled over the life they have right now, noting it was literally a dream.
“Dear Son There are Days we Lacked, there are Days we were Unprivileged , There are Days we cried for opportunities! But Now that Our Father in Heaven has Blessed us with something to eat,
A House and even a Chance to Experience a Life that was Once a Dream….” the artist who also doubles as a digital content creator penned.
He went on to wish showers of blessings on his son as he joined boarding school and embarked on a new phase of life.
The 'Abebo' crooner encouraged the boy to focus on his studies and not lose track so he might bring amazing results when he comes back home.
“My Prayer is that Let's Make Our Dad in Heaven Proud… Proud by Utilising this Opportunity He has Blessed Us with As You Start This New Page…
As You go to Boarding School I urge you to go and Focus, work hard, and Bring the Best Grades, Son. Go and Shine… Go and be Great…” the father of 5 wrote.
Finishing up, in a subsequent post, Bahati simply noted: “Success is your Portion in Jesus' Name Morgan_Bahati”
He added; "Honestly this is the most difficult thing that has happened to us as a Family; We have never been this far with our Boy… But We Need Good Grades and Good Grades Comes from Sacrificing alot 😒I will Miss You My Son , Your Mother ,Sisters, Brother and Helpers will Miss You 😭😭😭I had to Take @Morgan_Bahati to a Kibandaski ashibe Just before he meets his new Boarding School Menu 😃😃😃,"
Morgan is technically Bahati's first child even though the singer didn't sire him. Bahati adopted the young boy when he was just but a toddler (2 years old) from ABC Children's Home in Mathare which interestingly is the same Children's home he grew up in.