Singer Kevin Bahati has once again been harassed during Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition rally in Nairobi.

Bahati, who is vying for the MP seat in Mathare, was forced out of the podium on Sunday, July 3, by other Azimio leaders while trying to ask for a chance to speak.

The rally was flocked by Azimio leaders, including the Jubilee gubernatorial aspirant in Nairobi Polycarp Igathe, ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna.

Bahati had tried to fix himself to speak despite not being on the list of the people who were supposed to speak at that function.

These made the leaders force him out of the podium as he brought confusion at the rally while waving at the crowd while another leader spoke.

In the video, the singer is surrounded by his supporters, who were complaining, claiming he should be given a chance to speak too.

Earlier on, it was reported that Bahati’s Mathare parliamentary bid hit another snag after the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance team settled on Anthony Oluoch as its preferred candidate.

Bahati, who had been picked by the Jubilee Party to contest for the seat, will seemingly shelve his parliamentary ambition in support of Oluoch, who was selected during a joint meeting of ODM and Jubilee delegates.

Speaking on Monday, June 27, Sifuna said Bahati will nonetheless not leave the Mathare race empty-handed as he will get a plum job if Azimio wins the August 9 elections.

He said as part of the agreement at the delegate’s meeting earlier today, Mathare was named an ODM zone.

“We only have one candidate in Mathare and that is Anthony Oluoch, this young man called Bahati is my younger brother and we will talk. I will make sure that we find him another position within the Azimio government,” he said.

By tuko