We all remember the recent saga where gospel artiste Bahati sat on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s seat at Kasarani Stadium a month ago.
The celebrated young singer was performing his hit song, Mama when he went to where Uhuru was seated then took his hand, making him stand so that they can dance, and in a split of a second, Bahati was seated on the official Presidential chair.
The Machozi hitmaker then got comfortable and went on to serenade First Lady Margaret Kenyatta as she flashed a warm smile, then minutes after, the humble first lady stands up to dance to Bahati’s touching song.
Well, this elicited mixed reaction from Kenyans on social media after Bahati’s daring move. Most of the government officials found this insulting and embarrassing, while others did not see the big deal about it since Uhuru was not hurt in any way.
Nairobi Governor Dr. Evans Odero was this morning invited to the Kiss FM studios where he was hosted by presenters Adelle Onyango and Shaffie Weru. He spoke on alot of issues, including what people don’t know about him, his humble background and also about youth and social issues.
While Kidero was advising parents what they should do with their children after schools close for the 2 month holiday, the topic on Bahati and the drama that followed cropped up and the Governor did not hesitate to give his honest opinion.
Evans Kidero, who’s also running in the next general election to defend his seat as the Governor against other contestants like current Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko, openly talked about how President Uhuru should not have allowed Bahati to seat on the Presidential chair since it’s not allowed in the constitution.
The former Mumias Sugar CEO said a lot about the issue and honestly, I don’t want to spill all the beans. How about you listen to the audio and know else he said about the gospel singer. It’s juicy!